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#1 Golden

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    Posted 03 October 2007 - 11:40 AM

    Looking for a minister in cabo that speak eng. The hilton fee is 500.00 for a minister, is that too high for a ceremony less then 30min?!?!

    #2 DreaW

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      Posted 03 October 2007 - 11:46 AM

      Maya got me a minister and his name is Bill Kennedy. He charged us $250.

      #3 cheese_diva

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        Posted 03 October 2007 - 01:11 PM

        Our minister is included with our Dreams Resort package, but here's his info if you want to check on his rates..

        John Fagan - John@BajaWedding.com

        We haven't had much interaction yet, but he sent over a nice email with different vow choices.
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        #4 Jtds2713

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          Posted 11 October 2007 - 07:48 PM

          Juan and Emma of SML recommended a minister to me: Reverend Marco Arechiga. He is supposed to be very nice. His fee is $300.00. They use him a lot at the One & Only Palmilla. His e-mail address is: marco@loscabostoday.com. If you choose him, can you let him know I referred you to him? Take care!

          #5 shelleyr

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            Posted 12 October 2007 - 07:46 AM

            This may be a silly question, but are you guys going to get legally married in the US and then have a religious ceremony in Cabo? I'm still confused how this all works because I know that if you want to get legally married in Mexico it's a big ordeal like getting blood tests and all that. Any suggestions here? My FI is Catholic so we do want to get married in a church or chapel. Any advice on how this all works would be greatly appreciated!!

            #6 Golden

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              Posted 12 October 2007 - 09:17 AM

              Quote:
              Originally Posted by shelleyr
              This may be a silly question, but are you guys going to get legally married in the US and then have a religious ceremony in Cabo? I'm still confused how this all works because I know that if you want to get legally married in Mexico it's a big ordeal like getting blood tests and all that. Any suggestions here? My FI is Catholic so we do want to get married in a church or chapel. Any advice on how this all works would be greatly appreciated!!
              I will have legal ceremony in the states before going to Cabo. Mexico
              do require a blood test. Contact the hotel wedding planner to ask about a legal ceremony in mexico




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