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Hey everyone!!!

Hoping to get some input from other brides with an above average sized destination wedding. I'm looking to find the perfect venue in Cabo for around 100 people. Preferably have the ceremony and reception in a private grassed area at the resort but open to anything at this point. Let me know if you have any tips or just any resort you've been to that would accommodate this size of crowd! Thank you!

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On 2/7/2020 at 6:10 PM, KiaraB said:

Hey everyone!!!

Hoping to get some input from other brides with an above average sized destination wedding. I'm looking to find the perfect venue in Cabo for around 100 people. Preferably have the ceremony and reception in a private grassed area at the resort but open to anything at this point. Let me know if you have any tips or just any resort you've been to that would accommodate this size of crowd! Thank you!

Hi Kiara,

There are a lot of great venue options for large wedding groups in Cabo, it really depends on what you're looking for in terms of budget and location in the San Jose del Cabo/Cabo San Lucas area. A great route in booking a big wedding would be to choose a resort that can both serve as lodging for you and your guests as well as provide the venue space for your celebration -- when you go this route, many venues will actually offer free events, complimentary rooms and free upgrades. So you not only get a wonderful spot to vacation at, but it will also serve as the location for your wedding festivities. 

Feel free to shoot an email to info@wrighttravelagency.com -- Wright Travel Agency is the agency that owns and operates this website. Their team of agents have helped thousands of couples plan their dream destination weddings over the past decade and they have worked with with most of the resorts in the Cabo area, so they have great relationships with the resorts' events teams and are familiar with the different properties to ensure that you find the perfect location for your celebration.

Hope that helps! :)

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Hi Kiara,

Everything that MarieSam said!  There are some really great options but there are other factors that would decide whether or not it would be a fit for your group.  Wright Travel can definitely help you and they don't charge an upfront fee!

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Hi Kiara, Glad you are here. There will be no shortage of answers and suggestions here. First of all tell me, are you planning to have a grand destination wedding?

I want you to figure out with these questions for better understanding-
1. What you want?
2. What you don't want?
3. How big is your guest list?

There are so many factors that will come into play. If you want to make it grand then I would personally suggest you to take wedding loans bad credit. If you have a good credit score then cheers! That may be a go to step to finance your wedding." 

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Why don't you contact some of your friends and relatives to see if they know anyone that can help?
But you do need to be careful, as not using professionals you may get let down at the last minute and the quality may not be great either. Planning for your wedding involves a lot more than just setting a date, choosing a wedding gown and sending out invitations. Of course, now that you are engaged you are well aware of all the details that go into planning your wedding. Now that you have chosen a venue for your wedding reception, you will need to compose your wedding reception timeline.
A friend of mine had her cake made by an aunt and it was absolutely hideous and I have also heard of someone using a relative to take pictures which were also awful!

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I hope the venue is up to its standards. By standards, I mean considering the present situation, you have to make sure your venue has a sound ventilation system and is never jam-packed. I would recommend you go to outdoor venues. There you can have ample room to move around, and the ventilation thing will not be a problem.

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