I'm looking at getting legally married at the Riu Palace Cabo San Lucas and I'm wondering if anybody knows if there is any extra expense when you get there. ie. blood work, minister, legal documentation? I've email the WC but she hasn't gotten back to me. Any brides out there know?
Getting Legally Married at the Riu Palace
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Posted 16 October 2009 - 01:00 PM
I got legally married at the Hilton and they had a set fee for bloodwork, paperwork and the judge to marry you. I would imagine the RIU has a similar deal. Note that the legal ceremony cannot be changed and is in spanish. Since we didn't want our ceremony to be so short we also had Rev. Marco who performed a spiritual ceremony as well and served as the translator for the legal portion of our ceremony. We were very happy with this decision, but it does cost more.
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