Bride, groom and witnesses must be in Mexico at least 3 business days before the wedding, not including Saturdays, Sundays, or Mexican holidays (some hotels require at least 4 business days).
Two witnesses each for both bride and groom (total of four witnesses).
Witnesses must be over the age of 18.
Birth certificates for bride and groom (original and Apostilled copies) translated into Spanish by an authorized translator.
Valid passports for bride, groom, and witnesses (original and copies).
Tourist visa cards for bride, groom, and witnesses (original and copies).
Tourist cards are issued at Customs upon arrival at the Airport.
Prenuptial clinical analysis of bride and groom for V.D.R.L., HIV, and Rh factor. Blood tests must be done in Mexico (results are valid for 15 days).
If divorced, the final Divorce Decree must be presented, translated into Spanish by an authorized translator (original and Apostilled copy). Check with your wedding coordinator for further details.
If widowed, the Death Certificate must be presented, translated into Spanish by an authorized translator (original and Apostilled copy). Check with your wedding coordinator for further details.
Symbolic and religious ceremonies do not require bride and groom to have official documentation or blood tests.
Catholic ceremonies require additional documents. Contact your wedding coordinator for details.
Civil ceremonies are not performed on Sundays, Mexican holidays, or during Easter Week.
The above information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. For complete details, talk to your wedding coordinator, the Registro Civil, the Mexican Embassy, or the Mexican Consulate in your area.
• Wedding package payments will be made directly to the Hotel
• Prices and packages are subject to changes without previous notice