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I checked out the wedding and reception spot in Elizabeth's photos, the M.K. Blue the other day. We're moving to Xcalacoco just south of the Rosemont and I walked up the beach to MayaKoba (Rosemont). I walked through M.K. Blue and kept saying to myself, wow, wow, WOW what an awesome place for a wedding. It's really great to see the photos, just as great as imagined when I walked through the empty place in the afternoon. I'm really hoping we get an opportunity to shoot there. It's completely private with tons of little nooks and crannies where people can hang out, as well as a big central party area. The Rosemont is also an awesome resort. I looked at a package deal pricelist and was surprised to see the Rosemont in the middle of the list with much more ordinary resorts listed as more expensive.

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Hi girls & hi leigh, thanks for posting the photos of mayakoba-

they're beautiful! Actually, I inquired with the mayakoba for our wedding- and just wanted to add a few details in case anyone was interested. The place looks absolutely gorgeous, but unfortunately didn't seem too organized on the wedding front. There was no full pricelist for all wedding items and we were told that wed be given a list of vendors to contact only after we sign the contract. The dinner menu looked great with different options ranging from $70 pp- $130. we were also a bit disappointed to find out that the we were obligated to have all of our guests stay at mayakoba and the rates were around 500/night. But the place looks gorgeous, and I do hope that they will make weddings more accessible. Perhaps they are just not ready yet...

In any case, we decided to honeymoon there instead for a few nights after the wedding. looks like the perfect place to hide & unwind.

hope this helps- and let me know if anyone has any questions.

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