Wedding Rentals

Where to start with wedding rentals in Los Cabos!

We won’t even bring up the subject of private villa weddings today, because the list of things to be rented for those events is a bit daunting!  However, even if you choose a resort for your Baja wedding, I’m betting that not everything you want will be included!  At the same time, rest assured that [...]

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Floral Design for Your Destination Wedding in Los Cabos!

Having the beauty, color and sweet scent of wedding flowers in the bride’s color scheme is the number one priority of some brides who choose destination weddings.  They simply want all the bridesmaids carrying bouquets, the groom and groomsmen wearing boutonnieres, and the flower girl spreading rose petals as well as stunning arrangements at the [...]

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The Wedding Cake at Your Los Cabos Destination Wedding…

In all likelihood, even though you are leaving your home behind and venturing to Los Cabos, Mexico for an innovative tropical wedding, you will want to keep a few traditional elements in your celebration, right?  Enter the wedding cake!  Certainly a time proven tradition, there are as many choices in cakes here in Los Cabos [...]

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Music for Your Los Cabos Destination Wedding – Mexico Style!!

Weddings come alive when the music begins!  Whether you have chosen a beach wedding, an ocean meadow or an elegant resort or restaurant for your destination wedding venue, music inevitably plays a grand part in your celebration.  From the processional music ushering in the bride and her attendants to mood-setting music during cocktails and dinner [...]

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What is the Best Time of Year for a Los Cabos, Mexico Destination Wedding?

If you read my recent blog about the climate here in Cabo, you will understand when I say Destination Weddings can take place in Cabo San Lucas any time of year! Your wedding planner can advise you about tourism trends in Los Cabos to help you with your choice of date.  For example, Cabo’s economy [...]

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The Luxury of a Destination Wedding…..You Don’t Need to Get Married on a Saturday!

Typically weddings occur on the weekend, right?  This allows for guests to attend without missing work.  Well, with a destination wedding, your guests will be with you here in Los Cabos, Mexico, their only responsibility to celebrate with you, regardless of what day it is!!   Consider scheduling your Baja wedding on a Friday or a [...]

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Welcome Events for Your Destination Wedding Guests, Los Cabos, Mexico

It is probably fair to assume that the wedding guests at a destination wedding are the special people in your lives.  Not only do you care enough about them to include them in your special day, but they care enough to buy airline reservations and pay for rooms while they are in Los Cabos.  Of [...]

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climate, weather in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

What Climate/Weather Can We Expect For Our Destination Wedding in, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico?

Well this entry has some super good news!!   I’m not a weather forecaster, but generally speaking, I’d say you can have your sunset wedding on the beach almost any time in Los Cabos.  We typically enjoy 300+ sunny days a year, and the little rain we do receive is usually in the September-October timeframe. The [...]

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Destination Weddings — What Do I Need To Tell My Guests About Travel To Mexico?

Let your Destination Wedding guests know that since March 1, 2010, all U.S. citizens have been required to present a valid passport or passport card for travel into Mexico. A passport allows for entrance into Mexico by land, air or sea, while the passport card is good for land or sea arrival but airlines require [...]

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Civil Ceremonies Are Officiated By A Judge

Destination Weddings in Mexico, Choose Between a Civil and a Symbolic Ceremony

In Mexico two types of weddings are performed.  The first is The Civil Wedding; the second is the Symbolic Ceremony. The Civil Wedding requires pre-wedding blood tests on the bride and groom.  It consists of a marriage ceremony in Spanish before a judge, using unalterable wedding vows required by the State.  For non Spanish speakers, [...]

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