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engaged 2/513 in SF, from san diego.

 

looking to plan a destination wedding.

 

looking at mexico now, have tons of questions!!

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Welcome to the forum scottsteph, and Congrats on your engagement!!! you've come to the right place to find answers to your dw planning questions :)

Happy research, and wishing you all the best with your life journey ahead......Cheers :)

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Hey,

 

You got engaged on my husband's birthday. Congrats. We can offer lots of good information about Mexico on our blogs. We live in the Riviera Maya, but have worked and traveled all over Mexico.

 

There is a link from our web site to Latin Journeys.

 

We are always happy to help.

 

Jennifer

 

 

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Congrats!!! There is a ton of information on here about mexico, we LOVE Cozumel and are cruising to get there, great scuba diving there as well. There are many forums on here to help you in your decision about where to get married.

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Originally Posted by scottsteph View Post

 

engaged 2/513 in SF, from san diego.

 

looking to plan a destination wedding.

 

looking at mexico now, have tons of questions!!

 

Welcome to the Forum scottsteph and congrats on planning a destination wedding !!

 

I am a weddingplanner in the Mayan Riviera and it offers wide range of beautiful locations for weddings.

 

You will find lots of information and suggestions here.

 

If there is anything we can do for you let us know!

 

you can send me an email to: weddingsinplayadelcarmen@gmail.com

 

 

 

Feel free to ask us anything and we will be happy to help.

 

Happy Research and Planning

 

Joyce

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Originally Posted by scottsteph View Post

 

engaged 2/513 in SF, from san diego.

 

looking to plan a destination wedding.

 

looking at mexico now, have tons of questions!!

Oh boy! i wish i had a penny for every time i answered this question! haha....

Well, Scottsteph, you start from step 1. WHERE?

Mexico is a large country , you can go up, down and all around, so you check the map and see if you prefer the rough Pacific ocean with its wonderful seas and long beaches or the Caribbean with its turquoise sea and coconut palm trees. I am in Tulum right now and this is what i see: coconuts and blue sky, but you need to explore with your fiancee and check what is most appealing to You both. Playa and Tulum are my bread and butter but you might want to step to a different destination, so explore, read the posts of other brides and especially do not buy with your eyes closed but explore, be adventurous and run and find out, like Kipling would say!

I am the owner of Weddingsinplaya.com, having fun planning unique weddings in Playa and Tulum and if you need a funny advice and a 15yrs old expertise, let me know! 

I know it's scary: but You can  do it.

Maria 

www. weddingsinplaya.com

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