Brad Walters is an internationally acclaimed, destination wedding photographer traveling to exotic locations like Tahiti photographing his client's destination weddings.


If romantic seclusion is what you’re looking for in destination weddings, then Tahiti and Bora Bora fit the bill. Tahiti is a Pacific Ocean, French Polynesian island so expect its people and climate to be drastically different than any Atlantic island getaway like the Bahamas or Jamaica. The first thing you will notice is that Tahiti is very French. The people speak French, the food is largely French and many French customs can be seen on the island, but Tahiti is also distinctly Polynesian.

Tahiti has an average annual temperature of about 85°, and the humidity stays around 80%-83% all year round. July, August and September see the least amount of rainfall. Sugar white beaches (perfect for destination weddings), clear blue water and Polynesian culture make Tahiti an extremely unique choice for destination weddings, not only for weddings but for destination wedding photographers as well as it affords the chance to capture stunning wedding photography around every turn. Tahiti is truly a dream for wedding photographers.

Notable venues for Tahiti destination weddings include Hotel Bora Bora and the Bora Bora Lagoon Resort and Spa.

If you have never seen an “over-water” suite, check out the photo on this page. That is enough to make most of us want to have a destination wedding in Tahiti.

As with many destination wedding locations, there could be a number of resorts in Tahiti that do not allow destination wedding photographers, so be sure to choose a resort that allows a destination wedding photographer for your Tahiti wedding. Contact our studio to be sure your venue is accommodating to destination wedding photographers. Utilizing hotel photographers as your Tahiti or Bora Bora destination wedding photographer is highly discouraged, as often these employees are not trained wedding photographers, or have little experience photographing weddings in general.

A list of commonly known resorts that cater to destination weddings, but also disallow or actually charge high fees for allowing destination wedding photographers to serve their clients, include the Sandals Resorts (all locations), Breezes (all locations), Rooms On The Beach Resorts (all locations), Couples Resorts (all locations), Starfish Resorts (all locations), Grand Lido Resorts (all locations), Rose Hall (Jamaica) and the Fern Tree Spa at Half Moon (Jamaica) (The Fern Tree is the same Company as Rose Hall).

If you are interested in commissioning Brad Walters as your Tahiti Destination Wedding Photographer, see our Tahiti destination weddings pricelist, and contact the studio. Video-conferencing is available for Tahiti destination weddings planning, and be sure to ask to see a sample destination wedding slideshow.