Mexico Wedding Guide

How to plan your Mexico wedding

Everything you need to know to get married in Mexico

“Bienvenidos al país de los amantes del mar y la naturaleza!”Mexico is home to some of the world’s most stunning beaches and natural wonders. From the Yucatan Peninsula to the Baja California peninsula, this country offers an abundance of breathtaking scenery for those looking to tie the knot in style.

Choose an Authentic Destination

If you're thinking about having your wedding in Mexico, make sure you pick a destination that's authentic to the culture. You'll find plenty of options in popular tourist destinations such as Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, and Cabo San Lucas. However, these places aren't necessarily representative of the entire country. Instead, consider a more remote location where you can enjoy the beauty of nature while still being close enough to visit family and friends.

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Best wedding venues in Mexico

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Acre Baja, San José del Cabo - Baja California Sur

Immersed in a lush greenery area in San José del Cabo, this resort is the perfect combination of 5-star elegance and a sense of freedom, a beautiful boutique hotel situated in the jungle. An authentic escape for a romantic wedding.

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Flora Frams, San José del Cabo - Baja California Sur

A true organic working farm where nature is the only protagonist, a peaceful place where to celebrate your wedding day immersed in Mexican culture and traditions. During your stay here you can also attend many activities with your guests arranged by the Farm’s staff, which will make your vacation even more enjoyable.

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Unico Hotel Riviera Maya Solidaridad - Riviera Maya

Member of The Leading Hotels of the World, this hotel is located along the unspoiled beaches of the unique Riviera Maya, the perfect wedding venue if you’re dreaming of getting married close to the ocean with one of the most incredible backdrops. This location offers different wedding packages depending on your preferences and the number of your guests.

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Kima Tulum, Tulum - Quintana Roo

Kima Tulum is the answer, a Mexican “finca”, that is a sort of farm, immersed in a luxuriant jungle oasis. This location offers lots of options for where to arrange your wedding, depending on your vision and the people you’re going to invite.

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Casa Hyder, San Miguel de Allende - Guanajuato

Wanna add a strong historical taste to your wedding day? San Miguel de Allende is the right place to tie the knot, it’s a city rich in culture and ancient traditions, situated in the Spanish colonial era. This Villa is an old colonial-style property that will give your wedding the charm of authentic Mexican culture with its architecture, bold colors and decorations.

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Casa de Sierra Nevada Belmond, San Miguel de Allende - Guanajuato

If you’re searching for exclusivity and an elegant wedding with 5-star facilities with a touch of romance, immersed in Spanish colonial architecture, the hotel Casa de Sierra Nevada Belmond is the one for you.

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Villa Santa Cruz, Todos Santos - Baja

What about getting married on an unspoiled beach, just in front of the ocean? Villa Santa Cruz can offer you the best beach wedding ever. A stunning boutique hotel overlooking the sea, a very versatile venue where you can choose to get married both barefoot or in fancy heels.

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Paradero, Todos Santos - Baja

If the vision of your wedding day is one of a celebration immersed in the silence of nature, looking at endless fields and mountains, you should definitely choose to tie the knot at Paradero. The atmosphere here is truly unique both during the day and at night.

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Rosewood Mayakoba, Playa del Carmen - Quintano Roo

Located in the wonderful Riviera Maya, Rosewood Mayakoba will give you the possibility to celebrate your wedding day in an elegant and classy style, with all the comforts that a luxury resort offers.

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What do you need to get married in Mexico

The first thing that you will want to think about when you are planning your wedding in Mexico is whether you want it to be small or large.

Make sure that you have all of the necessary documents. These include passports, birth certificates, marriage licenses, etc. You will also need to make sure that your passport is valid for at least six months past your planned wedding date.

If you're thinking about having a wedding in Mexico, book early. You'll need to make sure you have enough time to travel to the location, find accommodations, and finalize everything before your big day.

Finally, you will want to find a good wedding planner who will be able to give you advice regarding everything that you need to do prior to your trip and to arrange every detail of your wedding day on-site helping you to find the right venue that perfectly suits your needs. When you are planning your wedding overseas, there are certain things that you will need to keep in mind.

Best time of the year

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The best time to have your wedding is during the summer months from May through September.

This is when temperatures are at their highest and there are fewer tourists around. If you choose a winter or spring wedding, you may be disappointed with the weather conditions.

The average temperature for weddings held between November and March is 72 degrees Fahrenheit (22 degrees Celsius). During this period, it rains an average of 4.5 inches (11.4 centimeters) per month.

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How much does it cost to get married in Mexico?

One of the most asked questions by couples that are planning their wedding in Mexico is the costs!

There really is no honest answer to that as it also depends on what your wedding should look like!
The right question should be how much you really want to spend to make your wedding unforgettable.

No matter what your answer is, you can make your wedding special.

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