Cooks – a string of pearls for a South Seas wed­ding

Wedding Destinations - - WEDDINGS ON LOCATION -

The Cooks Is­lands, ly­ing like a string of pearls from latitude 9 – 22 de­grees south, await all who’ve al­ways dreamed of a South Seas wed­ding.

Get­ting mar­ried in the Cooks is an easy step - whether bare­foot on a sandy shore un­der a trop­i­cal sun­set or pledg­ing love un­der a fra­grant frangi­pani bower hav­ing been borne ashore by husky is­lan­ders onto a motu.

Declar­ing love with the sound of the surf in a sun­set beach set­ting with palm trees whis­per­ing above is an ex­pe­ri­ence to be cher­ished for a life­time. For those seek­ing some­thing more tra­di­tional, but off the beaten track, there is the op­tion to walk down the aisle of a tra­di­tional Poly­ne­sian church to a melodic choir of is­land voices.

Brides and grooms should ar­rive in the Cook Is­lands three full days be­fore the wed­ding cer­e­mony as the ap­pli­ca­tion for a mar­riage li­cense needs to be com­pleted in per­son.

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