Your wedding is certainly a very special occasion, and Mexico has the ideal conditions to make it an unforgettable event. Every Mexican destination offers a wide array of possibilities to make the most significant celebration of your life a pleasant experience. Among the many options, you can opt for an intimate ceremony by the sea, a mystical ritual performed by a shaman, or an elegant fiesta with hundreds of guests in a garden or colonial hacienda. As for accommodations, you can choose to stay in a posh hotel or resort, or perhaps a room on a yacht or cruise liner. To cherish this memorable event, you might want to consider a traditional wedding in one of Mexico’s beautiful old churches. After the ceremony, you can enjoy an extraordinary banquet or regional or international cuisine. Places like the Riviera Maya, Huatulco and Los Cabos will offer everything you need to have a traditional wedding with excellent catering services and personalized attention. Various companies will take care of all your wedding needs by offering transportation and makeup services, photographers and decorations. They also provide a judge or priest to conduct the ceremony so that you can enjoy your special day without a care in the world. If you’re feeling the jitters, you can get a relaxing massage or take a temazcal steam bath to ease the tension. All of these destinations offer the perfect combination of culture and tradition, as well as unbeatable natural environments and top-notch services, making them the ideal spots for a unique and unforgettable wedding. What’s more, the day after the ceremony you can enjoy the added pleasure of celebrating your honeymoon in Mexico!
- Original and certified copy of Birth Certificates.
- Certified copy of Divorce Decree or Death Certificate (if applicable).
- Legal documentation of adoption or name change with an Apostille document (if applicable).
- Tourist cards that are given out at the airport upon arrival.
- Parents’ written consent if under 18 years of age.
- Four witnesses over the age of 18, with original passport, birth certificate and tourist cards.
- Original prenuptial medical certificate with blood tests (must have been issued in Mexico within 15 days of ceremony).
- Bride and groom must arrive in Mexico at least three working days prior to wedding (witnessed, two days)
*An Apostille document must be attached to divorce decrees; death certificates, adoption or name change documents, and all of these documents MUST be translated in Spanish by a certified translator and notarized (translation services are provided at some resorts, fees will vary).