Originally Posted by proti007
We're doing both a legal and symbolic ceremony in Cabo. Rev. Archeigo will be performing our symbolic ceremony for us, and then we'll have a judge do the legal right afterwards (it's really just signing papers, from what Mariana has told us). We really didn't want to get married before our after the wedding day, as we didn't like the idea of being. It's really not a lot of work to get it done in Mexico, not sure why so many people don't do it!
Quote:Originally Posted by LRJAdams
Do most of you do the legal ceremony where you have to get your blood taken & tested? Im sketching on that a little bit... Not sure if Im interested in getting my blood drawn in Mexico.
In Colorado we didnt have to get "married" again, it was just a matter of getting the license and signing it on the spot it was done. So there was no need for a legal day or any of that extra stuff. Since the process was cheaper, easier and faster, that is what worked best for us. Esp since we didnt need to wait on any documents to arrive from mexico, it allowed me to legally change my name and stuff right away.