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hi everyone im getting married next year in mexico but i need some help i really want somewhere that holds 1-2 weddings a day with a private reception were looking at adult only resorts but i have a 16 year old sister who i want at my wedding i have found travel agents to be really unhelpful and wondered if any other brides could help.

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hi everyone im getting married next year in mexico but i need some help i really want somewhere that holds 1-2 weddings a day with a private reception were looking at adult only resorts but i have a 16 year old sister who i want at my wedding i have found travel agents to be really unhelpful and wondered if any other brides could help.
Hello and welcome to the forum. we have some amazing Travel agents on the forum, as well as many threads on just about every location you can imagine. Best of luck and I'm sure you'll love it here.

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I'm getting married at the Azul Sensatori, Riviera Maya (by Karisma) and although the hotel is not totally adults only, it does have an adults only section.

 

I also know they only hold 2 weddings a day.

 

I hope this helps.

 

And good luck with all the planning!!

 

Katie.

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Perhaps you want to look for a resort that has an adults only section. That way the 16 yr old can still go but stay in the other section? As far as a resort that only does one or two weddings a day... what I would suggest is 1st figure out where in Mexico you want to go. Then you can search that area on the forum and see what resorts are there and what they offer.

 

Good luck and happy planning!

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I have a great recommendation for a wedding venue that is very private, but easy to get to from a number of different resorts in the Playa del Carmen area. It's called Blucacao. It is associated with an all-inclusive, but you can rent the Blucacao Beach Club separately for your wedding. The ceremony is on the beach and the reception is at this beautiful beach club that is totally private. I have photographed a few weddings here in the past and my brides just love the place. To give you a better feel for Blucacao, I'm including a slideshow of a recent wedding I photographed there so you can see what it looks like. Deneé + Jamie.

They had a Mayan ceremony so you'll get to see what that would be like too!

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