With world-famous beaches, stunning colonial architecture and balmy, beautiful weather, a fabulous getaway awaits in Mexico.
Weddings in Mexico allow you to explore coasts and cultures.
There are three constants you can expect from a trip to Mexico: good weather, friendly locals, and (of course) tequila to spare. From that starting point though, your trip is bound to be infused with plenty of local flavor and charm depending on the destination you pick. That’s the beauty of Mexico. Whether your dream to get married involves an escape to a white-sand beach in Cancun or an exploration of the ruins in Riviera Maya, Mexico wedding packages provide endless possibilities for every taste and budget.
Mexico destinations provide travelers beautiful and diverse beaches, with the Pacific coast offering stunning vistas and dramatic cliffs. The Caribbean and Gulf shorelines have plenty of snorkeling hotspots and colorful reefs. On land, there are a number of worthwhile excursions, including parachuting off the Acapulco coast, golfing seaside in Cabo San Lucas, or exploring Mayan ruins. If you’re a city and culture lover, Mexican weddings will allow you to explore the romance of San Miguel de Allende.
This formerly sleepy fishing village blends stunning views of the desert, mountains, and beaches on the Baja California coast.
Cabo San Lucas, often simply called “Cabo,” is a popular getaway for both Mexican and international tourists. Built as a balneario, (or planned resort town), Cabo has a prolific marine life, making it a natural hub for fisherman and water sport enthusiasts. Because it was planned as a vacation town, Cabo weddings provide you top-rate amenities and services, along with some of the country’s best spas. A Cabo wedding or honeymoon is not complete without a trip to Al Arco, a stunning natural rock formation that juts into the harbor just offshore. Learn More >>
Home to Mexico’s largest beach, you will need a siesta to keep up with the nightlife in this bayside resort town.
Acapulco was a playground for the rich and famous in the 50’s and has maintained much of its party reputation. Many travelers spend their days relaxing and napping on the beach and then come alive at night. An Acapulco wedding also offers opportunities for adventurous excursions. La Quebrada is a seaside cliff that’s a popular jumping point, while Paradise Bungee lets you throw yourself off a 50m-high tower to the applause of streetgoers.
High-end, all-inclusive resorts and authentic surf towns make up this beautiful Pacific coastline off the beaten path.
Though Riviera Nayarit was a secret surfer’s haven in the not-so-distant past, this 100-mile patch of Pacific has seen tremendous growth in recent years, thanks to delightful towns and luxurious beachfront properties that are no longer well-kept secrets. If you’re a foodie, it’s not difficult to eat your way through Riviera Nayarit, with fresh seafood and tropical fruit around every corner. For nature lovers, weddings in Riviera Nayarit leave you plenty to explore in the quaint, tourist-free towns along the way. If you’re looking for privacy, there are many private islands dotting the coastline with jaw-dropping views. Learn More >>
Off the Yucatan peninsula in the Gulf of Mexico, Cancun is known for striking Mayan ruins, white sand beaches, and its flare for fun.
This Mexican island has bright blue waters, abundant coral reefs, and a vibrant night scene.
Off Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, Cozumel sits in clear, warm Caribbean waters. Weddings in Cozumel provide a haven for scuba lovers, with numerous reefs to explore, including Palancar Reef—a national park filled with colorful fish, eels and turtles. Cozumel weddings also place you on an island that is home to the only pearl farm in the Caribbean and has two dolphin sanctuaries. If you’re looking to escape, Passion Island is a romantic and intimate white sand beach removed from the crowds. Cozumel also is home to fascinating ruins at the site of San Gervasio. Learn More >>
This unforgettable Caribbean coastline is home to lush jungle, archeological ruins and unspoiled, white sand beaches.
Originally called the Cancun-Tulum corridor, this sprawling stretch of Caribbean coastline on the Yucatan Peninsula is known for its brightly-lit reef waters and white sand shores, providing you the opportunity to plan the perfect wedding on a Riviera Maya beach. Riviera Maya is comprised of a number of smaller resort towns and villages, including Tulum, Puerto Morelos and Playa del Carmen, each with their own vibe. Our Riviera Maya wedding packages provide postcard-worthy beaches, ensuring the days will never end in disappointment. Learn More >>
Sitting on a beautiful bay, Puerto Vallarta is consistently rated one of the friendliest towns in the world and is filled with colorful Mexican charm.
One of Mexico’s highest-rated resort towns, Puerto Vallarta is nestled against the Pacific Ocean with stunning bay and mountain views. Puerto Vallarta weddings exude traditional Mexican charm, with plenty to do both in town and on the water. Snorkeling, diving and kayaking are worthwhile excursions, as humpback whale and dolphin sightings are common. In the nearby tropical jungle, you can also try more adventurous outings, like bungee jumping and zip lining through the forest canopy. In town, stroll the boardwalks to watch artists craft sculptures outside. Learn More >>