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My fiance and I are planning a DW in Tulum for Spring/Summer 2015 (no date planned yet). We fell in love with the beach town while we were visiting in August 2013 and decided it was a perfect place to get married. I have been doing online research and not had any luck finding venues which can accommodate us. We plan to have 45 people or less including a few young children. I do not want to book an entire hotel for our wedding for two reasons, our budget and I want everyone to have the opportunity to stay where they wish. We have a very limited budget. I do not have  an exact amount but do not really want to go over about $7,000 USD total. My sister is a professional photographer but I would like to have a someone who can take pictures while she enjoys the ceremony and other activities.I plan to do as much DIY as I can. We want the venue to have great food with with good options, quaint and low key.

 

Suggestions on venues and wedding venders would be much appreciated! We will have to visit Tulum again before our wedding but I would like to have a few places narrowed down so we will know where to visit. I should also add we plan to do a symbolic or mayan ceremony as we will legally get married the the US. 

 

 

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We are having our wedding at The Beach Tulum/Cabanas Tulum in March 2014. We have 44 guests (including 3 children) and we are doing a mayan ceremony. The hotel did not require that we book the entire hotel -- we were able to reserve a block of rooms at both hotels. The hotels have air conditioning available at night and both have pools as well. The customer service and the quality of food at the hotel's restaurant, Ziggy's, are some of the best we experienced in Tulum. The hotel is very prompt to answer emails (as opposed to a lot of other places!), so just email them and they can give you all the info. Good luck! You won't regret the decision to have your wedding in Tulum :)

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Hello Everyone!

 

My fiance and I are planning a DW in Tulum for Spring/Summer 2015 (no date planned yet). We fell in love with the beach town while we were visiting in August 2013 and decided it was a perfect place to get married. I have been doing online research and not had any luck finding venues which can accommodate us. We plan to have 45 people or less including a few young children. I do not want to book an entire hotel for our wedding for two reasons, our budget and I want everyone to have the opportunity to stay where they wish. We have a very limited budget. I do not have  an exact amount but do not really want to go over about $7,000 USD total. My sister is a professional photographer but I would like to have a someone who can take pictures while she enjoys the ceremony and other activities.I plan to do as much DIY as I can. We want the venue to have great food with with good options, quaint and low key.

 

Suggestions on venues and wedding venders would be much appreciated! We will have to visit Tulum again before our wedding but I would like to have a few places narrowed down so we will know where to visit. I should also add we plan to do a symbolic or mayan ceremony as we will legally get married the the US. 

Congrats ladies on your wedding in Tulum,

 

Riviera maya sure does have beautiful locations with the right people you would find it all.  

 

Hey Has31, also add to your lists.  Akiin its a beach club and the food is awesome, your guest can stay anywhere they wish.

 

Other options you may consider is to host your wedding at a private villa this always turns to be fun for everyone.

 

If you need more information please feel free ask and we will be happy to help.

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@ Esterhartley

Thank you for your suggestion. I will email them now to see what they offer. Good luck with your upcoming wedding! 

 

@@dreamweddings

Thanks for your suggestion. I will look into a private villa because that might be a good option for us. Are you a wedding planner for the area?

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@ Esterhartley

Thank you for your suggestion. I will email them now to see what they offer. Good luck with your upcoming wedding! 

 

@@dreamweddings

Thanks for your suggestion. I will look into a private villa because that might be a good option for us. Are you a wedding planner for the area?

Hello Has31, Yes I am wedding planner in the Riviera Maya, and I am happy to advice you and different types of locations available for you.

 

Please feel to email me and I will be happy to help.

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Happy Planning!

 

 

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@mention do you have any insight into pricing in a resort v cabana style hotel? I am surprised to find that same event at a resort would be thousands of dollars cheaper than at a cabana style hotel. 

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Hello Everyone!

 

My fiance and I are planning a DW in Tulum for Spring/Summer 2015 (no date planned yet). We fell in love with the beach town while we were visiting in August 2013 and decided it was a perfect place to get married. I have been doing online research and not had any luck finding venues which can accommodate us. We plan to have 45 people or less including a few young children. I do not want to book an entire hotel for our wedding for two reasons, our budget and I want everyone to have the opportunity to stay where they wish. We have a very limited budget. I do not have  an exact amount but do not really want to go over about $7,000 USD total. My sister is a professional photographer but I would like to have a someone who can take pictures while she enjoys the ceremony and other activities.I plan to do as much DIY as I can. We want the venue to have great food with with good options, quaint and low key.

 

Suggestions on venues and wedding venders would be much appreciated! We will have to visit Tulum again before our wedding but I would like to have a few places narrowed down so we will know where to visit. I should also add we plan to do a symbolic or mayan ceremony as we will legally get married the the US. 

 

Hello has31!

 

Tulum is a beautiful place where you can be,has beautiful ruins at the seaside, in short, is a unique experience.

 

Our job is to give them the best service at the best price, We work in Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Tulum, Riviera Maya, Cozumel, etc; we have different packages to suit your budget!

 

A photographer for a wedding is important because we will capture those unforgettable moments on that special day!

 

http://www.OctavioMontes.com

 

Fountains and Moon

 
If you are interested have a look at our site, we have galleries there, I assure you delighted to stay and the prices are very affordable! 
 
if you have doubts or questions gladly attend you your doubts.
 
Have a nice day, Greetings!

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