Cancun Weddings: Cancun is a tropical paradise with many options for a wedding ceremony and reception. From tropical gardens, Caribbean turquoise beaches to stylish gazebos surrounded by acres of blue pools creating the perfect beginning of a memorable special day
Riviera Maya and Play Del Carman Weddings
The Riviera Maya and Playa del Carmen offer stylish beach, tropical garden and ocean front Gazebo wedding and reception locations and are located on the Yucatan Peninsula with easily accessible for wedding guests with only an hour from Cancun airport.
Climate: Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya, all of these city are located in same climate and enjoy 253 sunny days per year. Average daily maximum and minimum temperatures for Cancun: January-March, 68-86°F (20-30°C); April-June, 71-89°F (22-32°C); July-September, 75-91°F (24-33°C); October-December, 68-87°F (20-31°C).The hottest time of year is from mid-May until the end of August when temperatures can reach 34°C (110° F). September to the end of November is the rainy season with late afternoon downpours.
Hurricane season officially starts in June, lasting to the end of November with the strongest winds in the autumn months. From December until the end of April the average temperature is between 22-32° C (71-89°F) with occasional cold spells that drop the temperature to a chilly 18° C (65° F).
Los Cabos Weddings
Los Cabos is magical wedding and reception location with blue Sea Cortez water and the famous arch at the tip of the Baja peninsula. With 360 days of sunny weather, there is no surprise that many wedding couple choose to have their destination weddings in Cabo San Lucas.
Climate: Los Cabos sits on the Tropic of Cancer and has a pleasant sub-tropical climate of warm days and cool nights. Average daytime temperatures are 78º F (26º C); evenings are warmer in the summer months.Summers are hot during the months of August through October, with daytime temperatures in the high 90sº F, cooling to 75 to 80º F at night. Winter temperatures range from 70º F in the daytime to the low 60sº F at night.
Los Cabos is surrounded by desert, and receives little rain and lots of sunshine. The storm season is June to October, with September the rainiest month. November to April, the peak tourist season, offers warm days and fresh nights. Spring and fall are hotter, with the occasional tropical storm from July to October.
Puerto Vallarta Weddings
Puerto Vallarta is a mystic city that harbors tradition in its plazas, in its streets, in its people. With unique combination of Old Town Mexico and the majestic beauty of the Sierra Madre Mountains it offers picture-perfect weddings with luxury wedding and reception venues options.
Climate: Puerto Vallarta, Mexico enjoys over 280-310 days of sunshine yearly and basically has two seasons. From November until May is the dry season, when rainfall is rare and is the best time to visit Puerto Vallarta. The rainy season runs from June through Mid-October, with virtually no precipitation the rest of the year. Even in rainy season, the rain normally falls in short bursts, most often at night, with most days being hot and dry
Water temperatures here year round are warm, ranging from 75 °F in January-March, to highs of 84-86 °F in July through September.
Puerto Vallarta is virtually immune from hurricanes. The Bay of Banderas acts as a natural barrier, dragging the storms out to sea, or further up the coast. Only once in the past 35 years has Puerto Vallarta experienced damage from a hurricane.
- According to Mexican government regulations, as of March, 2010, all U.S. citizens must show a valid passport, book or card, to enter Mexican territory, by any means of transportation, beyond the border zone (20 kilometers, 13 miles, from the border); no exceptions are made for children. No visa or tourist card is required for stays of less than 72 hours within the border zone.
- When traveling beyond the border zone, or when entering the country by air, U.S. citizens are required to pay a fee to obtain a tourist card (FM-T), which is available at border crossings, Mexican tourist offices and airports, within the border zone. Major airlines will provide this form during your trip. You must include the following information on the form: numbers of days you will be in the country, passport number, destination, city of origin and other related information.
- All U.S. citizens who are 16 years old or older must show either a U.S. passport, in a book or a card form, in order to re-enter the country by land or by sea. Children under the age of 16 can re-enter the United States by land with a legal document (naturalization certificate or birth certificate).
- Upon entering the United States by air, all citizens, regardless of their age, must show a U.S. passport in book format. A U.S. passport in a card format is not valid for entering the United States by air
At Weddings Romantique, we will be glad to help you plan your Mexico Stylish Weddings from sourcing the right vendors, creating an event design that reflect your style, personality and budget to all the legal
requirements for getting married on away from home.
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