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Mexico Wedding - Deciding On A Hotel!

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Hi everyone!

 

After 3 years of a fun, happy engagement that flew by in the blink of an eye, we are finally settling into a rhythm and are ready to plan!

Overwhelmed doesn't even come close to describing my leap into destination wedding planning!

 

I know I want a Mexico wedding - reason being:  Mexico has a fun nightlife and we want to be able to go into Cancun or Riviera Maya and not stay at the hotel the entire time.

 

I am looking for a hotel that's all inclusive with a modern decor.  A departure from the traditional hotel styles...i know.

My budget is around $30k for up to 70 people.

 

Also - can anyone reccommend a good wedding planner?

Please share your tips

Huge thanks and congrats future brides!

 

-yelena

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Welcome to the forum, kamy2280 and Congrats on your upcoming destination wedding!!!

If you check out the BDW vendor reviews from other wedding couples' experiences with their wedding coordinators, it may help you decide which one is the best fit for you.

Wishing you all the best with your plans  going forward!

 

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Have a Loving, Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year - Cheers!!!

 

from all of us here at team MTM :) 

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Hi everyone!

 

After 3 years of a fun, happy engagement that flew by in the blink of an eye, we are finally settling into a rhythm and are ready to plan!

Overwhelmed doesn't even come close to describing my leap into destination wedding planning!

 

I know I want a Mexico wedding - reason being:  Mexico has a fun nightlife and we want to be able to go into Cancun or Riviera Maya and not stay at the hotel the entire time.

 

I am looking for a hotel that's all inclusive with a modern decor.  A departure from the traditional hotel styles...i know.

My budget is around $30k for up to 70 people.

 

Also - can anyone reccommend a good wedding planner?

Please share your tips

Huge thanks and congrats future brides!

 

-yelena

 

I was looking for the same things.  I found Excellence Playa Mujeres to be in my budget and in the budget of the guests for booking so in advance we got a really great deal!  I am getting married 8/23/14 so we didn't start talking with the wedding planner yet, but from what I have read up on she is pretty good.  Good Luck! :)

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Welcome to BDW!


 


A good place to start is to read the destination wedding in Cancun/Riviera Maya reviews .  You can read about food quality, see pictures, etc.  


 


You might want to try one of the BDW Travel Agents.  We Specialize in Destination weddings and are very familiar with Mexico Weddings.  I got married at Dreams Los Cabos :).  You can contact us HERE!


 


You can read some of our reviews here: Wright Travel Agency ~ Destination Wedding Specialist Reviews HERE


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Hi everyone!

 

After 3 years of a fun, happy engagement that flew by in the blink of an eye, we are finally settling into a rhythm and are ready to plan!

Overwhelmed doesn't even come close to describing my leap into destination wedding planning!

 

I know I want a Mexico wedding - reason being:  Mexico has a fun nightlife and we want to be able to go into Cancun or Riviera Maya and not stay at the hotel the entire time.

 

I am looking for a hotel that's all inclusive with a modern decor.  A departure from the traditional hotel styles...i know.

My budget is around $30k for up to 70 people.

 

Also - can anyone reccommend a good wedding planner?

Please share your tips

Huge thanks and congrats future brides!

 

-yelena

Congratulations and Good luck with all of your planning!  I agree that Mexico with just awesome - great beaches, great nightlife!  Wherever you chose will be beautiful. I personally had to pick a resort that allowed children but NM resorts has a ton of beautiful resorts, some for families and some for adults only

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Hi everyone!

 

After 3 years of a fun, happy engagement that flew by in the blink of an eye, we are finally settling into a rhythm and are ready to plan!

Overwhelmed doesn't even come close to describing my leap into destination wedding planning!

 

I know I want a Mexico wedding - reason being:  Mexico has a fun nightlife and we want to be able to go into Cancun or Riviera Maya and not stay at the hotel the entire time.

 

I am looking for a hotel that's all inclusive with a modern decor.  A departure from the traditional hotel styles...i know.

My budget is around $30k for up to 70 people.

 

Also - can anyone reccommend a good wedding planner?

Please share your tips

Huge thanks and congrats future brides!

 

-yelena

Congrats Yelena and welcome to the forum,  We are independent wedding planners in the riviera maya, and we can recommend various hotels depending on your visions.  feel free to ask and we will be happy to help.

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Congrats! We are getting married at Secrets Maroma Beach. Reviews and pictures look amazing!

Happy Planning!

 

 

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Congratulations!  We chose Dreams Riviera Cancun.  Happy planning!  :)

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