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#41 hanaefaith

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    Posted 09 January 2014 - 09:40 AM

    Hi I am interested in having a church wedding that can fit 50-75 people comfortably. Preferably a church with AC. Is there a church in playa del Carmen that can make this possible?

    #42 Carlicardenas

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    Posted 15 January 2014 - 01:50 PM

    i love the gran caribe real chapel!



    #43 AdventureBarbie

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    Posted 12 March 2014 - 11:30 PM

    Somewhat similar question, with a bit of a twist.... It seems the wedding chapels are all Catholic... and I'm assuming they're not going to allow us (non-Catholics) to marry in them? (If you know differently, please tell me).

    And assuming that they won't... are there ANY churches or chapels where we could get married? Expected guest attendance is 80-130. I was raised Methodist, he was actually raised Mormon... at this point in our lives we're spiritual, not religious and would be happy to marry in any church that would take us.

    We will decide on a town or an island in the area based on finding a chapel... so we're pretty open from Puerto Morelos to Tulum.... as well as Cozumel and Isla Mujeres.



    #44 omontes

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      Posted 19 March 2014 - 09:16 AM

      Hi ladies!

       

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      #45 bicoastalimages

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        Posted 20 March 2014 - 12:26 PM



         

        Somewhat similar question, with a bit of a twist.... It seems the wedding chapels are all Catholic... and I'm assuming they're not going to allow us (non-Catholics) to marry in them? (If you know differently, please tell me).

        And assuming that they won't... are there ANY churches or chapels where we could get married? Expected guest attendance is 80-130. I was raised Methodist, he was actually raised Mormon... at this point in our lives we're spiritual, not religious and would be happy to marry in any church that would take us.

        We will decide on a town or an island in the area based on finding a chapel... so we're pretty open from Puerto Morelos to Tulum.... as well as Cozumel and Isla Mujeres.

         

        @adventurebarbie There are actually quite a few options. There are chapels on many of the resort properties but you're right that many of them are Catholic. Another possibility would be to marry in a venue off-resort. Sooooo many beautiful and PRIVATE options. Below is a sample of a beachfront venue just south of Cancun with it's own chapel practically RIGHT on the beach or you can opt for a stand alone alter! 

         

        Feel free to look through some of our other online albums for a little destination wedding inspiration

         

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        #46 omontes

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          Posted 02 April 2014 - 10:20 AM

          Hello Cancun brides!

           

          We're the Octavio Montes company, our job is to give them the best service at the best price, We work in Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Tulum, Riviera Maya, etc; we have different packages to suit your budget!

           

          Plase take a look at the wedding of Jesse and Breanna that took place at Moon Palace, the chapel at Moon Palace is so beautiful and ideal for taking photos :

           
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          Please take a look at our photography work: http://www.OctavioMontes.com

           

          We wish the best for all of you, We are photographers and we also do videography, capturing those moments that will not return ever on that special day!

           

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          #47 NotSoWitty

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            Posted 18 June 2014 - 11:34 AM

            Hi, 

             

            Sort of related, but does anyone know if any of the chapels will bless a wedding even if it doesn't fulfill the requirements for a full Catholic ceremony? It will be really hard for us to get all the required forms without raising a lot of suspicion at home so I was thinking either a blessing in a chapel (Our Lady of Guadalupe or Our Lady of Carmen both look stunning) or convincing my future husband to have a short trip to Rome in 2016 for a papal blessing. 

             

            Also - does anyone know which chapel/parish the Irish priest is connected to? 



            #48 Matt Adcock

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              Posted 10 August 2015 - 05:15 AM

              Since we are all visual planners, this post WILL give you your 2 cents worth.  I thought it would be nice to put together a list of churches but attach it to some photographs and a short story on our interpretation on the subject / location. 

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              So you can find out more about epic places to get married like this one:
              Top-Ten-Riviera-Maya-Church-Wedding-Venu

              Or have a front row view to an epic ocean paradise... check, we got that too:Top-Ten-Riviera-Maya-Church-Wedding-Venu

              More to see in our top Cancun and Riviera Maya church wedding venues.
               



              #49 sgleba25

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              • Wedding Location:Playa del Carmen, Mexico
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              Posted 24 September 2015 - 05:30 AM

              If anyone needs help booking the chapel at the Nuestra Senora Del Carmen let me know. It took me a while to gather all the info, but with the help with a lot of people on this forum, I have everything that you need.

              I would love information if you have it! I am getting married there in 2 weeks on Saturday and I still don't know what I am doing. I am having a difficult time being able to plan the actual ceremony and figure out if we will be doing a rehearsal and having any music!

               

              Thanks!


              Hi, 

               

              Sort of related, but does anyone know if any of the chapels will bless a wedding even if it doesn't fulfill the requirements for a full Catholic ceremony? It will be really hard for us to get all the required forms without raising a lot of suspicion at home so I was thinking either a blessing in a chapel (Our Lady of Guadalupe or Our Lady of Carmen both look stunning) or convincing my future husband to have a short trip to Rome in 2016 for a papal blessing. 

               

              Also - does anyone know which chapel/parish the Irish priest is connected to? 

              The catholic chapel in Playa del Carmen was very strict on the documents that they needed. So I am not sure that they would be willing to do a blessing. We needed to have copies of our baptism, my confirmation, witness statements, and a document called a marriage transfer license that said that our church gave permission to have us be married in their church. Surprisingly, that was the most difficult document because my church in the US had never heard of this document before.



              #50 EmenGeeRoxx

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              Posted 24 September 2015 - 05:57 AM

              Send me a PM with your email address and ask me your specific questions. I hope I can help. :)




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