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Hi Ladies, I have been a member of this forum for a very long time and it has been essential in helping me to plan my wedding back in 2014. I feel like I have been not so great at giving back, so I'm coming back to share my personal experiences and help other brides to have an amazing wedding in Mexico Like I had:-) 

I feel like there is a lot of info regarding getting married at All-inclusives and other resorts, but not so much regarding a Beach Villa, which was our dream venue...and we finally have found one in Tulum: Hacienda Paraiso. 

 

here is my wedding video: 

https://vimeo.com/142955264

 

So this thread is dedicated to a Private Beach Villa non-cookie cutter wedding and what to expect. I hope I can help a few new brides and finally give back. 

so ask away...:-)

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Hi Torifire, great to hear how much the forum helped you with your wedding plans. Your video is just gorgeous!!! loved all the amazing details and white colour theme - well done!

Wishing you awesome life journey together going forward.....Congrats!!!

Moments That Matter Photography team :)

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