Wedding In Mexico
Posted 10 January 2017 - 07:04 AM
Could any past brides provide me with their experience on their wedding in Mexico. For instance the resort they chose as well as pros and cons. I am so overwhelmed and I do not even know where to begin.
Posted 18 January 2017 - 05:48 AM
Seems like you already started your search last month. First thing is to narrow down your search by looking at a price range, what amenities you'd like to have at the resort (club, buffet, no reservations for a la carte dinner, what kind of style you want the resort to look, close to a city, how the beach is, etc.
A destination wedding planner/ travel agent could help with narrowing down your resort.
I booked with a Canadian destination wedding planner, Julie Thiverge, who is trilingual (English, French, and Spanish) and she helped greatly.
Just married at Platinum Yucatan Princess and loved it! Adults only but were allowed to get an escort for the children to our private ceremony on the rooftop. The semi-private dinner that came with our wedding package was also only for adults but if I paid for private, then children would be. That's the only con.
I am getting married in April 2018. But I am having trouble on the resort to use. So far I've narrowed down my choices to azul five, generation riviera maya, el dorado casita, moon palace and secret Maroma beach. Have any booked their wedding at any of these resorts? I love the karisma resorts but I do not see that they offer promotions. For instance palace resort offers free events, or upgrades for booking a certain amount of rooms. If anyone has another advice on other resort hotels I should look at please let me know
Posted 22 January 2017 - 01:27 PM
I had a hard time narrowing it down to a resort too.
Here's what did it for me:
1) My fiance's niece has a nut and dairy allergy (sort of serious)
2) My fiance's mother was very strongly concerned about the quality of the water.
Those two things, coupled with the fact that I knew I wanted my wedding in Riviera Maya and not Cancun or anywhere else in Mexico (considered San Miguel de Allende, but there is no beach there and I got altitude sickness at the end of my stay there, vomiting, etc.), made it really easy to narrow it down to Grand Palladium in Mexico.
Grand Palladium is really careful about the dietary allergies and they are so, so transparent about their water system.
Hope that helps, sorry I couldn't be more helpful!
The real act of marriage takes place in the heart, not in the ballroom or church or synagogue. It's a choice you make - not just on your wedding day, but over and over again - and that choice is reflected in the way you treat your husband or wife.
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Posted 07 March 2017 - 07:02 AM
I had my wedding celebration in Riviera Maya, Grand Palladium Resort & Spa and ibe had a great celebration.
Everything was perfect, from the wedding ceremony to the reception, flowers! All the guest had a great time and the Resort is amazing. There is always something going on, you never get bored. Riviera Maya beautiful with some nice places for excursions close to the Resot like Xcaret, some cenotes and something you can't miss out, Tulum, well known because of its beaches
Graciela Pacheco, the weddings manager in Riviera helped us in everything we needed and the wedding planning was easy. Her email contact is:
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