Jump to content
Sign in to follow this  
Jackie

Question on Legalities!!!

Recommended Posts

Ok, this could be a stupid question, but I keep reading how you need to be in Mexico for 3 business days before being married etc etc etc... But they are not specifying if that pertains only to a legal wedding or not. We will be legally married in the States before we leave for Mexico, DO WE STILL HAVE TO BE THERE FOR 3 BUSINESS DAYS BEFORE THE WEDDING?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ryjaxs19 View Post
Ok, this could be a stupid question, but I keep reading how you need to be in Mexico for 3 business days before being married etc etc etc... But they are not specifying if that pertains only to a legal wedding or not. We will be legally married in the States before we leave for Mexico, DO WE STILL HAVE TO BE THERE FOR 3 BUSINESS DAYS BEFORE THE WEDDING?
only for a legal wedding...if you are having a symbolic ceremony you could fly in that day...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ryjaxs19 View Post
Thanks Tammy, thats what I what I was assuming but I wanted to make sure.
you're welcome muscle.gif

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Quote:
Originally Posted by host View Post
only for a legal wedding...if you are having a symbolic ceremony you could fly in that day...
This may not answer anyone's question. However, I am planning on having a Catholic Church ceremony and I was confused on wheter I would still need to take the blood tests, arrive a certain amount of days prior, etc. I spoke to a cousin who married in Mexico (and previously lived there). She and her husband recieved there Marriage License here in L.A, then months later at there Ceremony in Mexico they just presented there License. She said she did not have to take the blood tests.

So I'm planning on just doing the same. Getting my marriage license here then having the Church Ceremony in PV.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Quote:
Originally Posted by amyhmartin View Post
This may not answer anyone's question. However, I am planning on having a Catholic Church ceremony and I was confused on wheter I would still need to take the blood tests, arrive a certain amount of days prior, etc. I spoke to a cousin who married in Mexico (and previously lived there). She and her husband recieved there Marriage License here in L.A, then months later at there Ceremony in Mexico they just presented there License. She said she did not have to take the blood tests.

So I'm planning on just doing the same. Getting my marriage license here then having the Church Ceremony in PV.

yes, that is a symbloic wedding...it is what i did as well...legal in the states, symbolic in mexico...no blood test.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Sign in to follow this  


  • Best Destination Wedding Sponsors



    Facebook Pinterest Google+ Twitter
  • Posts

    • Hi everyone! My name is Erin and I am a covid bride. My dream was to have a destination wedding. I wanted it easy, breezy and relaxed, with a whole weekend to celebrate with family and friends. I found the perfect venue, Key Largo Lighthouse Beach! (See http://www.keylargolighthouse.com ). The reviews are amazing, and my experience with the venue has been nothing but great, I have emails to prove it! My wedding was going to be four days of pure bliss, on a private beach with amazing beach houses for my bridal party to stay in (the houses can hold 25 people comfortably!) They even gave us a hugeeee discount because of covid! We planned the whole thing, including catering, desserts, an open bar, dj and photographer. But then covid hit. After moving our date back 3 times, expending our engagement far longer than we wanted, we decided enough was enough. We decided to do a small, local ceremony and reception on August 1st, and we are now married! It wasn’t my dream wedding, but it ended up being perfect, even though it was planned in two weeks! But now we’ve paid for two weddings, and we don’t feel like we need another reception. We want that money to pay off student loans, or put a down payment on a house! Or even for our future child’s college fund. However, we cannot get our money back from the venue, per the contract. Finally to the point of my post, the only way we can get a refund is by finding someone to take our place. No one would pay us directly, it would be the normal way for whoever takes over, you’d pay the venue. You’d also get our discount so you’d save money. If anyone knows someone who wants an amazing destination/beach wedding in 2021, please let me know! I’ll give you more details directly.
    • I hope you have chosen choosen 3d dress too, it looks the best. When my friend was having a Bachelorette Party and we had to find nice looks for the night, it was like a nightmare. Because 4 girls like 4 different styles and it was hard to find the best one. There are a lot of great articles on this topic you can find on the web https://storyofthebride.com/2020/bachelorette-party-looks-that-will-define-the-night/ . But still we had decided on our brain storm that black and white outfits would have the best looking. It was the only one look that everyone shared. So we had not too many options.
    • Vaughan is a city in Ontario, Canada, where my sister got married last February, before the pandemic. This wasn’t a pre-planned wedding. Since her husband hails from there, Vaughan was chosen as the destination for their wedding. It was a great decision they had made because that helped us create memories that I will cherish forever in my life. The attitude and the approach of the locals are so warm that I felt like I was in my hometown. An outdoor event venue was chosen because the climate was exceptional, decorated with lights and flowers. We couldn’t stop ourselves from clicking photographs, and everything was arranged perfectly, making the event all hassle-free. The reception ceremony was neatly done with mouthwatering food preparations. It was fun to have a wedding there and it was an event well organized. If any of you are looking for a destination wedding in Canada, Vaughan is a prudent choice. I have heard Montreal is nice but this was a great experience. Now it’s not the right time folks. Stay safe at your places. Let this pass and then we shall think about such events.
    • Hey! That's an interesting thought. It's important to wear masks though the pandemic wave is being contained in many parts of the world. Keep safe. 
  • Topics

×
×
  • Create New...