Whether you are thinking of tying the knot in Cabo, Cancun, Riviera Maya, Sian Ka’an or Puerto Vallarta, all are fabulous destinations guaranteed for amazing experiences when getting married in Mexico. You will not regret exchanging vows in paradise, that’s for sure. Destination weddings in Mexico offer a different experience for your big day and allow you, your family and friends to enjoy something new in a stress free environment. Why Mexico? It’s all about the people! The warm hearted locals of Mexico go above and beyond to make sure every detail is taken care of for your wedding with full passion and a smile.
Here are a few tips to help you when getting married in Mexico
Having a destination wedding lets you step out of the ordinary and into the extraordinary, and getting married in Mexico is no exception. No wedding will ever compare to yours after you say “I do!” south of the border. Don’t follow any rules. Be creative and use all that Mexico has to offer: festive music, tropical flowers, pottery, natural products, fresh food, superb tequilas and Baja California wine.
When planning the details of your wedding in Mexico, like the menu, favors and flowers, it is always best to choose local products. Not only will this work out cheaper for your wedding budget but will also be more efficient and better value. Local providers have a reputation to uphold with local wedding planners and will surely give you the best quality products.
Stick with an updo
Whether you are planning your Mexican wedding in the summer or winter months, try to choose a hairstyle that can handle the tropics. Many brides choose to go for long locks, straight flowing hair, but by the end of the day are usually disappointed and wind up pulling their hair off the sweaty neck. An updo look is more elegant and if you suggest your bridesmaids to do ¨Up¨ They will probably thank you years later when going over your wedding´s memory photo album. For wedding hairstyles click here.
Check the weather
Think about the time of year you will be getting married in Mexico. Prices for group venues are much more affordable in low tourist season times (June through October), although be prepared for glorious tropical welcoming showers during these times. The temperatures rise during these months and the afternoons can welcome rain to cool things off. So be prepared and have your wedding planner make sure that if your venue is open air, awnings and umbrellas are available and all preventative measures taken.
In the meantime …
For now, you should relax and prepare a margarita with whatever you find resembling tropical fruit in your fridge to take the stress out of the planning, and get you in the mood for your wedding in Mexico. Don’t stress too much and enjoy the planning, because this is going to be the best day of your life. Let’s hope these suggestions motivate you to be unique and choose getting married in Mexico.