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Mazatlan
Mexico Destination Weddings

Getting Married in Mazatlan

Are you envisioning a captivating and romantic destination wedding that leaves your guests in awe? Look no further than Mazatlan - Mexico's charming coastal gem. Known as the Pearl of the Pacific, couples can embark on romantic walks along its shores, creating cherished memories amid the tropical beauty. For the adventurous ones, Mazatlan offers many water sports, eco-tours, and cultural experiences that will delight wedding guests and couples alike. Its rich cultural heritage adds a touch of authenticity to the celebration, with vibrant fiestas and authentic Mexican cuisine. If your wedding overlaps with Carnival, the hundred-year old cultural celebration, be sure to join in as locals take to the Tambora drums and dance in the streets!

Top Highlights

  • Pacific Coast
  • All Inclusive Resorts
  • Tropical Climate
  • Golden Sand Beaches
  • Rich History
  • Quaint Shops
Mazatlan Marriage Requirements

Marriage Requirements

Every foreign citizen planning on legally getting married in Mazatlan needs a valid marriage license issued by the Civil Registry of Sinaloa. Both parties must present valid passports, birth certificates, and tourist cards (FMM). If you or your partner have been previously married, you must present a divorce decree or death certificate of the former spouse. You also need four witnesses present during the wedding ceremony.

Mazatlan Parkroyal Wedding Packages

Wedding Packages in Mazatlan, Mexico

Couples looking for destination wedding packages in Mazatlan can expect a seamless and convenient experience. There are a handful of all-inclusive resorts that offer all-inclusive wedding packages for an affordable price. These Mazatlan wedding packages will include everything you need for the ceremony, reception and beyond. Your Certified Destination Wedding Specialist will guide you through the options to pick the perfect package for your style and budget. 

Travel Tips

Mazatlan Travel Tips

Travel Documents

US and CA citizens traveling to Mazatlan require a valid passport as the primary travel document, and it must be valid for at least six months beyond the travel dates. Additionally, they need to obtain a tourist card (FMM) upon arrival.

Language

The official language in Mazatlan is Spanish, but English is widely spoken and understood in tourist areas, making communication easy for visitors.

Currency & Tipping

The official currency of Mazatlan is the Mexican Peso (MXN). While the US dollar is widely accepted in tourist areas, it is recommended to exchange currency for local transactions. In tourist areas and all-inclusive resorts, tipping is customary, with a general guideline of 10-15% for excellent service.

Things To Do in Mazatlan

Mazatlan Attractions

Attractions & Activities

  • Sunbathe on the beach
  • Boat tours
  • Stone Island
  • El Faro Lighthouse
  • Cliff diving
  • Mazatlan Aquarium
  • Golden Zone's restaurants and bars

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Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa

CABO SAN LUCAS, MEXICO

Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa

CABO SAN LUCAS, MEXICO

Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa

CABO SAN LUCAS, MEXICO

Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa

CABO SAN LUCAS, MEXICO

Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa

CABO SAN LUCAS, MEXICO

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Mazatlan Wedding Planning FAQs

How much does a destination wedding cost in Mazatlan, Mexico?
Destination weddings in Mazatlan are typically cheaper than planning a traditional wedding at home. The cost will ultimately depend on the resort, venue and package that you choose, as well as the time of year and number of guests. Our Certified Destination Wedding Specialists are happy to provide you with a quote based on your preferences.
When is the best time of year to get married in Mazatlan, Mexico?
The best time for a Mazatlan wedding is during the dry season from November to April, avoiding the rainy season from June to September. This ensures a lower chance of rain and more opportunities for outdoor ceremonies.
What does a wedding package in Mazatlan, Mexico, come with?
We recommend finding an all-inclusive wedding package in Manzanillo, which will come with everything you need for the big day and beyond – think ceremony and reception setup, various decor options, key floral arrangements, a wedding cake, officiant, DJ services, etc. Ask your Certified Destination Wedding Specialist to help you find the perfect fit for your style and budget.
How do I plan a wedding in Mazatlan, Mexico?
Here is how we recommend planning a destination wedding in Mazatlan:
Draft an initial budget and guest list Research resorts and venues Contact an expert (like us!) to get a quote Select your resort, venue and wedding package Confirm your wedding date Secure a group room block for accommodations Send your save the dates and/or invitations Book your travel arrangements Finalize the details with your event coordinator Pack up, relax and say “I do” in paradise! We’re here to help every step of the way. Contact us today to get started!
How do I plan a wedding in Mazatlan, Mexico?

Here is how we recommend planning a destination wedding in Mazatlan:

  • Draft an initial budget and guest list
  • Research resorts and venues
  • Contact an expert (like us!) to get a quote
  • Select your resort, venue and wedding package
  • Confirm your wedding date
  • Secure a group room block for accommodations
  • Send your save the dates and/or invitations
  • Book your travel arrangements
  • Finalize the details with your event coordinator
  • Pack up, relax and say “I do” in paradise!

We’re here to help every step of the way. Contact us today to get started!

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