Destination Weddings Mexico

Offering Caribbean destinations like Cancun and Cozumel, the celebrity-worthy Los Cabos on the Sea of Cortez and the mountainous and pacific coast destinations like Puerto Vallarta and Huatulco, Mexico has a location for every dream destination wedding.

Wedding Ceremony Types in Mexico
Same Sex

Wedding Hotels in Mexico

Most all-inclusive resorts offer a few different options when it comes to wedding venues. Whether you want sandy toes or solid ground to wear high heels, a covered area for your reception or a funky place for a cocktail hour, you can rest assure that you can find the venue of your dream in Mexico.

Wedding requirement in Mexico

  • Must arrive to destination 4 business days prior to the wedding
  • Copy of birth certificates
  • Divorce and/or death certificates (if applicable, and divorce must be at least 12 months ago)
  • Passports and tourist cards
  • 4 witnesses ages 18+ (who must also provide copies of their passports)
  • Blood work done in Mexico, within 14 days of the event
  • Official request paperwork
  • Ceremony must be performed by a Mexican Justice of the Peace
  • Must arrive to destination 2-3 business days prior to the wedding
  • Completed Pre-Cana Classes
  • Letter of recommendation from your parish priest including:
  • Prepared according to the marriage preparation guidelines of your diocese;
  • Permission has been granted for the marriage to be celebrated in Mexico (Canon 1115)
  • Current original copy of the Baptismal certificate of the Catholic party
  • Current original copy of the Confirmation certificate of the Catholic party
  • Affidavit of Freedom to Marry for each party signed by a competent person and the signature witnessed by a pastor/priest/cleric of the person vouching for your freedom to marry
  • Completed Pre-nuptial Investigation form used in your diocese
  • Color photos of the Bride and Groom
  • Copy of the Birth certificate of each
  • All Documents have to be received 30 days prior