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Good morning @@nikitasey Congratulations on your upcoming wedding and welcome to the amazing bestdestinationwedding.com community.


This may not be a wedding tip but since you've never been to Mexico make sure you plan all kinds of excursions while you are down. Go into town, eat local food, visit ruins, take in the local culture. Mexico is big, beautiful and so much more than just the resorts. If you want specific suggestions feel free to message us on here or send us an email info[at]jasminandmatt.com We'd be happy to help. <3


We'll leave you with some inspiration to start your day!



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Welcome to our forum community nikitasey and Congrats on your upcoming Bahia Principe Coba destination wedding!!! You've come to a great place for lots of resources to help with your planning questions, as you'll see going forward!


Lots of the planning couples here advise starting your process with a travel agent who's familiar with our magnificent Mayan Riviera and can guide you on the best options for your needs.

If photography is important to you, you may consider changing your venue, as the Bahia resorts don't allow outside vendors to come in, leaving you no choice but to use the onsite photography service. If you're ok with this, that's fine, however there are often big differences in the quality of work.

Wishing you happy research, and all the very best with your plans, cheers!!! Moments That Matter Photography team :)



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