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10 Wedding Packages in the Mamanuca Islands

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Inclusions in Your Fiji Mamanuca Island Wedding

The idyllic paradise islands of the Mamanucas make one of the most romantic settings for a South Pacific wedding. Located just off the coast of Fiji’s mainland, getting to the Mamanuca Islands is a breeze, as is planning your wedding in paradise thanks to the wide array of wedding packages and wedding coordinators available at the island resorts. While you may have seen some of the stunning venues the Mamanuca Group has to offer here, find out what is included in a Fiji wedding package in this list of wedding packages in the Mamanuca Islands.

While you’re here, don’t miss our Wedding & Honeymoon Guide to the Mamanuca Islands.

1. Tadrai Island Resort

Appearing on the romance lists of international travel magazines, Tadrai Island Resort is a stunning location for an intimate wedding in the Mamanuca Islands. Their wedding package includes the wedding licence, minister/celebrant, decorations, Fijian flower girls, Fijian warriors, village choir, bouquet and flower arrangements, Champagne and canapes for after the ceremony, wedding cake, dinner for two, serenaders and a marriage certificate. There are optional extras and spa package add-ons. For more adult-only resorts, check out our 7 Adult-Only Resorts in the Mamanuca Islands.

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2. Likuliku Lagoon Resort

Often offering summer deals of free wedding packages to couples staying at least five nights, it’s well worth considering the Likuliku Lagoon for an off-season wedding in Fiji. Their basic wedding package includes a floral lei, decorations, Champagne on arrival, escort and transfer to the Nadi Registry Office, registration and documentation fee, ceremony venue, minister/celebrant and a wedding certificate. Their wedding pack upgrades including a Fijian choir, warrior and more.

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3. Mana Island Resort

Choose either a beach or wedding chapel wedding at the Mana Island Resort to go along with your four free nights stay at the resort with three meals. On top of that, a Mana Island wedding package includes a personal wedding coordinator, venue, marriage licence, minister/celebrant, bouquet and buttonhole, choir and serenaders. The package also has wedding reception inclusions such as a wedding dinner set up, cake and a beverage package.

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4. Beachcomber Island Resort

A more affordable beach wedding venue in the Mamanuca Islands is at Beachcomber Island Resort. Wedding packages include a wedding coordinator, transport to the registry office, marriage license, a Fijian warrior, minister/celebrant, wedding certificate, photo and CD, decorated venue, island choir, bouquet and buttonhole, wedding cake, sparkling wine for after the ceremony, dinner for two and a 15-minute massage. Check out more budget resorts in the Mamanucas here.

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5. Tokoriki Island Resort

This adult-only resort has a fabulous range of wedding packages from traditional weddings to island-style weddings. Tokoriki Island Resort packages tend to include a venue, marriage license, minister/celebrant, wedding certificate, floral decorations in venue and accommodation on the wedding night, bouquet, flower leis, Fijian warrior, serenaders, wedding cake, Champagne and a private dinner for two.

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6. Six Senses Fiji

Start the rest of your lives together at the eco-friendly five-star Six Senses Fiji Resort. Choose between two excellent wedding packages, starting with the basics of a wedding venue, wedding certificate, sulu gift, post-ceremony serenaders, wedding cake, Champagne for the post-ceremony toast, and dinner for two.

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7. Lomani Island Resort

Renew your vows or start your new adventure together at the adult-only Lomani Island Resort. The Lomani Wedding Package includes a minister/priest/celebrant, sparkling wine, fruit basket and sarongs upon arrival, bouquet and buttonhole, one-hour couples’ massage, decorated venue, breakfast in bed the morning after the ceremony, optional musicians and dinner for two.

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8. Tropica Island Resort

Another breathtaking adult-only resort in Fiji, the Tropica Island Resort provides a romantic setting for their generous wedding packages, starting with the basics: wedding license, bouquet and buttonhole, Fijian warriors, wedding cake, serenaders, sparkling wine to toast, celebrant/minister, decorated venue, wedding coordinator, Tapa print wedding certificate, dinner for two and a honeymoon breakfast.

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9. VOMO Island Resort

Get married on the private island of the VOMO Island Resort. On top of their vow renewal and commitment ceremony packages, they offer an all-inclusive wedding package for intimate ceremonies. The basic package includes a marriage licence, marriage certificate, decorated wedding venue, bouquet and buttonhole, celebrant/minister, serenader, Fijian warrior, private dinner for two, a romantic turndown of the accommodation for the wedding night and French Champagne.

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10. Matamanoa Island Resort

Choose your wedding ceremony to take place anywhere on the private island of the Matamanoa Island Resort. Their standard wedding package includes a minister/celebrant, bouquet/hair adornment and buttonhole/lei, Fijian warriors and bridesmaid, pair of Jennifer Heath pearl studs and wedding license. For more information on the wedding venue, don’t forget to check out our 10 Wedding Venues in the Mamanuca Islands.

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Laura S.

This article was reviewed and published by Laura, editor in chief and co-founder of Fiji Pocket Guide. Since arriving solo in the South Pacific over 10 years ago with nothing but a backpack and a background in journalism, her mission has been to show the world how easy (and awesome) it is to explore a paradise such as Fiji. She knows the islands inside-out and loves sharing tips on how best to experience Fiji’s must-dos and hidden gems. Laura is also editor of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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