Indian Ocean

The reputation of Indian Ocean weddings are justified, especially when it comes to the world-renowned Maldives, Seychelles and Mauritius. All of these islands are renowned as being some of the most beautiful and picturesque islands in the world. Miles and miles of spotless, pristine beaches, accompanied by year-round sunshine and some of the most luxurious hotels in the world mean these are wedding destinations of the very highest calibre. Whilst these islands are at the more expensive end of the spectrum, you pay for quality and these islands are so jaw-droppingly beautiful that they more than justify the price tag for the most important day of your life: your wedding!


With its toothpaste white beaches and turquoise lagoons, the exotic Maldives is one of the most desired wedding destinations in the world. It’s famed for its marine life and coral reefs, with Banana Reef being one of the most leading diving spots in the Indian Ocean. You can see manta rays at Manta Point and spot spinner dolphins and sea turtles. To add a romantic Maldivian touch to your wedding experience, you can even dine underwater at one of the world’s biggest all-glass undersea restaurants. Choosing a Maldives wedding would be a marriage set in paradise.

Venues in Maldives


With crystal clear waters and ultra-fine white sand beaches, tranquil Mauritius is one of the most desirable wedding destinations in the world. Mauritius is a paradise island surrounded by lagoons and coral reefs, and the wedding experience that it offers is uplifting and mystical. The Black Gorge National Park and Lle Aux Cerfs are popular Mauritian wedding hot-spots. You can add true Mauritian flavour to your special day through having Sega dancers performing at your wedding with its lively and rhythmic music. A wedding in Mauritius will definitely turn your dream day into a reality.

Venues in Mauritius


Scattered across the Indian Ocean, the 115 island country is noted for its milk-white beaches, coral reefs and lagoons, which make a Seychelles wedding truly tropical. Full of natural beauty, rich fishing grounds and creole influences, the Seychelles’ most famed islands are Mahe, Praslin and La Digue. Praslin Island boasts two of the ultimate beaches on the globe - Anse Lazio and Anse Georgette. With romance in the air and balmy tropical breezes, the Seychelles certainly is a perfect wedding destination.

Venues in Seychelles