Planning a beach wedding in Mexico

Mexico Beach Wedding



Considering a beach wedding in Mexico? Think no further. As a land of great contrasts, Mexico offers an array of settings for the perfect beach wedding. Here you will find a tantalizing mix of color & energy enriched by a history like no other. Huge pyramids and temples and colonial churches lend an air of mysticism to Mexico.

In contrast to its rich history, Mexico has a modern side to it as well. Here you and your guests can enjoy a high standard of hotels, great shopping and the warm hospitality of the Mexican people.

When choosing to have their beach wedding in Mexico, many couples opt for one of the country's Caribbean resorts or Pacific locations simply because it is easier to plan. Most of these resorts do many weddings and have a dedicated person to oversee the planning for you and to assist you in any decision making. They also offer great package deals which will include your honeymoon.

Below is an outline of some of the more popular choices for a beach wedding in Mexico:

Acapulco: Being a cosmopolitan city it has a great draw for many wedding couples and holiday makers alike who want an exciting wedding experience for themselves and their guests. Acapulco has a vibrant and exciting night life, great restaurants and beautiful hotels and accommodations. It is also a great Mexican beach resort. Set around a half-moon shaped bay and surrounded by mountains this is the perfect place to say I Do. You will be following in the footsteps of the rich and famous who have made Acapulco their honeymoon or beach wedding destination. John and Jackie Kennedy, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Liz Taylor and Michael Todd, to name a few, all tied the knot in Acapulco.

Cancun: Set in the tropical paradise of the Yucatan Peninsule coast, Cancun has a great many choices for the perfect beach wedding destination. The Cancun hotel zone also offer a great many choices as it is in the center of the Mecican Caribbean. Try Cancun Romantic Weddings They offer exotic weddings at a Palace Resort in Cancun Mexico.

Cozumel: If a romantic beach wedding serenaded by a mariachi band is your dream, then look no further than Cozumel. This pretty little island is off the second largest coral reef on earth, and is an eclectic mix of spectacular natural beauty, Mexican charm and modern amenities.

Huatulco: Being one of the less familiar destinations for a beach wedding in Mexico, don't underestimate the beauty of a wedding in Hautulco. Here you will find the peace and serenity of an undisturbed sanctuary of small bays and unspoilt beaches where you are free to explore the many hidden coves and lagoons within the nine bays from where the sunsets are absolutely amazing... Choose from many all inclusive luxury resorts for your wedding as did singer Anastasia and Wayne Newton in April 2007. They wedded here in a late afternoon ceremony held at the Quinta Real Huatulco.

Los Cabos: An area considered as one of Mexico's major tourist attractions, and there is little doubt that you can have a beautiful beach wedding here just like Oliver Hudson & Erinn Bartlett. Choose from the high energy of Cabo San Lucas with its vibrant night life and great shopping to the romance of the small town vibe of San Jose del Cabo.

Mazatlan: Here you will find a great variety of beautiful sites for a beach wedding in a comfortable casual and value for money destination. Mazatlan is surrounded by romantic golden sand dunes and an amazing view of the Pacific ocean, great fresh seafood and inexpensive accommodations. Choose from the central Zona Dorada or "New Mazatlan" with its colorful past, uncommon luxury and incredible old Mexican architecture.

Try one of the following sites to help you get started in planning your beach wedding in Mexico:

StrayWeddings.com - The ultimate resource for planning destination weddings in Mexico.

Destination Weddings Abroad - Mexico - An invaluable resource for anyone planning a destination wedding in Mexico.

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