Destination Weddings

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Why have a destination wedding? 

Although destination weddings have become very popular, there are still some people who decide to get married at home for a variety of reasons. However, you shouldn’t reject a destination wedding because you think it will be too much work, or you won’t have fun or people won’t come. We are biased since we had a destination weddings and we see first-hand how many people love their destination wedding.

Too Much Work? First of all, regardless of the location you choose, there are enough resorts, interesting villas and capable wedding professionals to make planning and pulling off a destination wedding as easy, if not easier, than a wedding at home. While some locations are not cheap, many couples discover that they can save money by rolling the honeymoon and the wedding into one trip.

People Won’t Come? We have discovered the people who are the most important to you will be at your wedding. The best part is that your acquaintances and/or annoying Uncle Ralph or loud cousin Bob probably won’t come, sparing you the anguish of having to send out invitations to people who you don’t really want to come. The destination wedding also keeps the guest list pretty manageable. We see 20 – 40 guests as the normal size for weddings here in Mexico.

Here are a few places where we like to shoot destination weddings, but we aren’t ruling out Italy, France or Tahiti.

New Mexico – Beautiful weather and scenery, great food, outstanding hotels and spas. All of these make destination weddings in Taos, Santa Fe and Albuquerque popular.

Colorado – High in the Rockies, majestic peaks, wonderful people and incredible outdoor settings make Vail, Boulder, Beaver Creek, Aspen, Telluride, Colorado Springs and Durango perfect for summer and fall destination weddings.

Mexico – Mexico has everything, which is why we live here most of the year. The incredible beaches and clear Caribbean waters of the Riviera Maya, Tulum, Cancun, Playa del Carmen and Cozumel is our home turf. Don’t forget the amazing setting of Huatulco and Puerto Escondido on the west coast and the charm of the colonial cities of San Cristóbal, Chiapas; Oaxaca and San Miguel de Allende.

 

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