5 Best Destination Wedding Locations in Mexico


Destination weddings, especially weddings organized in Mexico, are becoming more and more popular among young couples. The country has a lot to offer to couples looking for the perfect wedding, allowing them to enjoy the elegance, the exoticism and the special atmosphere of the scenery, while also making it possible to transform their wedding into an unforgettable mini-vacation for their guests. If you like the idea, but you are confused by the vast array of possible locations in Mexico, here are five of the best.

Puerto Vallarta

The largest bay on the Mexican coast has everything a nature-lover can dream of– mountain views and the sight of the bay come with the most romantic sunsets and sunrises. It is the perfect choice for those looking for sophistication and luxury, as well as for those who care for a wedding spiced up with some adventure. There are several resorts in the area that specialize in wedding services, so you will be able to have everything in one place, from catering services to wedding photography, from DJs and live bands to decorations.


Tulum has the most romantic coast line on the entire Yucatan Peninsula – it is the perfect setting for an outdoor wedding on the beach. The coast features dramatic cliffs and the bluest waters, allowing you to pair the party and the ceremony with some sunbathing and snorkeling.


Campeche is the fairytale land – whether you are planning a wedding in the town, in one of the venues in Spanish colonial buildings or outside the city, on a remote and quite beach of unparalleled beauty, Campeche has everything you can possibly want. The area comes with venues for intimate weddings with only a few guests and on a tight budget as well as for luxurious weddings with a huge crowd of guests.


Also known as the White City, Merida is the capital of the Yucatan Peninsula and the center of an area full of Mayan architectures placed in the middle of dramatic scenery. Whether you choose to have your wedding in one of the classy hotels, in a hacienda or in a tent, you will enjoy the best weather, the freshest and most delicious food and drinks and perfect atmosphere.


Located in the Baja California Peninsula, at the point where the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez merges, Cabo offers lots of wonderful resorts with breathtaking view over the sea. You can either choose a classy city venue for your party or, if you prefer quieter environments, there are lots of great venues just outside the city. Cabo is also a paradise for water sports enthusiasts, and, if you’d like to, you can complete your wedding vacation with a trip to the Al Arco rocks – there is no backdrop that is more dramatic than these special stone formations.

If any of the wedding locations above has raised your interest, all the places above have lots of special spots for weddings, so you will surely be able to find the venue and the services that will work best for you and your guests.

If you are planning a destination wedding, Hire a Wedding Coordinator Mexico to take care of your wedding details while you spend quality time with your loved ones. If you’re planning a destination wedding in Mexico especially in Cabo San Lucas, get in touch with Vivid Occasions. Call Mexico +52.624.144.3047 | US 310.295.0175 for more details on destination wedding packages.

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Traveling to United Kingdom


The United Kingdom also called as England or Great Britain is the country which once ruled nearly the entire world a century ago. The glory might have been lost but people are still proud of their country and heritage. It has come a long way from a colonial empire to a member of the EU. The country comprises mainly of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The country is full of scenic locales and energetic cities. Also the county is home to nearly two million heritage points. The capital city of UK is London. A city beyond comparison, representing itself as an icon of diversity with people from different races, creeds and all walks of life blended into its culture. It is also home to many architectural marvels and one of them is the London Bridge. While York and Durham manifests the bygone era of country, Liverpool and Newcastle are modern industrial marvels. Not to forget the scenic Lake District and Edinburg still attract people from all over the world.

Population & Languages

The population is around 61 million and the official language is English. Other regional languages spoke are Welsh, Scottish Gaelic, and Irish etc.


The voltage is 230-240 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. The type of plug used is rectangular blade.

Geographic Location

It is located in Western Europe and consists of islands including the northern one-sixth of the Ireland. It is 22 miles from the France border and linked by an undersea tunnel. The terrain is mostly rolling lowlands and low mountains.


It has a moderate climate but lots of rain with around half of the years being overcast. The lowest temperatures never go below −15 °C (5 °F) and in summer the average maximum is 34 °C (93.2 °F). It also gets snow in winter and early spring.

Local Customs

The handshake is customary when you are meeting somebody for the first time. When visiting someone’s house a small gift like flowers or chocolates is customary. Waiting till everyone is served before eating is also one of the etiquettes. Tipping is usually 10-15% in hotels, restaurants and taxis. Smoking and non-smoking areas are clearly designated and thus should be taken care of.

Places to see

London – Buckingham Palace, Hampton Court Palace, Kensington Palace, Whitehall Palace and the Tower of London
Scotland – The Bannockburn Heritage Centre and Ben Lawers Mountains
Wales – Aberdulais Falls, King Arthur’s Labyrinth, Dolaucothi Gold Mines, Great Orme Mines, Portmeirion Village, Rhossili Visitor Centre, Taff Valley Activity Centre and TechinQuest


By Air – The domestic airlines is British Airways which also connects almost all major world destinations. Almost all airlines connect UK through London which is hub for all international flights between east to west and west to east. Heathrow and Gatwick are international airports of London.

By Sea – Since UK is surrounded by water from almost all sides it has many ports. There are many ferry services operating between Europe and UK.

By Rail – Trains connect Ferries at Dover, Folkestone, Newhaven, Portsmouth and Weymouth, sailing for Belgium, France, Germany and Spain (you need to board at Victoria Station in London); and at Harwich, sailing for Germany, The Netherlands and Scandinavia (you need to board at Liverpool Street). Eurostar train connects London with Brussels and Paris through channel tunnel.

By Road – The vehicles can enter UK through channel tunnel. Cars and motorcycles, coaches, minibuses, caravans, campervans and other vehicles over 1.85m (6.07ft) can also use channel tunnel. Bicycles are also provided for.

Duty Free Items
1. Up to 3200 cigarettes
2. 400 cigarillos or 200 cigars
3. 1 liter spirit over 22% or 2 liter wine or 32 liter beer
4. Perfumes
5. Gifts up to ₤145

Prohibited Items
Narcotics, firearms, ammunition, weapons, most meat and dairy products, eggs, plants, endangered species, fireworks and alcoholic beverages that contain more than sixty per cent alcohol.