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Tulum Wedding Packages and Venues

Getting Married in Tulum

Tulum, Mexico is a trendy hotspot with the perfect mix of relaxation and exciting adventure. The authentic atmosphere is hard to pass up when thinking about where to get married in Mexico. Many couples flock to this laid-back jungle just south of Riviera Maya for its beautiful beaches, natural history and bohemian vibe. Tulum is home to the famous Mayan Ruins, which are situated on a cliff overlooking the bright blue Caribbean Sea.

Top Highlights

  • Trendy hotspot
  • Mayan ruins
  • Lush jungles
  • Incredible beaches
  • World-class cuisine
  • Boutique hotels

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Tulum Marriage Requirements

Marriage Requirements

The marriage requirements in Tulum vary based on your ceremony type. For a legally-binding wedding ceremony, foreign citizens will have to present a valid passport, tourist permit, apostilled birth certificate (translated into Spanish) and a special permit to marry in Mexico (issued by Mexican Immigration). Only marriages performed by Civil Registry officials are considered legal and valid in Mexico.

Tulum Dreams Wedding Packages

Wedding Packages in Tulum

It's easy to find the right wedding package in Tulum with the help of our experts. Many popular resorts in the area offer all-inclusive wedding packages. This is an affordable and convenient option because everything you need will be bundled into one price. Most Tulum wedding packages will come with the ceremony and reception sites, decor options, an officiant, wedding cake, floral arrangements and a DJ. Plus, all-inclusive resorts oftentimes throw in romantic extras for the couple the enjoy throughout their stay.

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Travel Tips

Tulum Travel Tips

Travel Documents

All travelers going to Tulum, Mexico will need to present a valid passport book or card, as well as a tourist permit, which is commonly issued by the airline during your flight. For additional information, consult with your Certified Destination Wedding Specialist or visit (US citizens) or (Canadian citizens).


Spanish is the official language of Mexico and is widely spoken in Tulum. However, English is also commonly spoken and understood within popular tourist areas, including all-inclusive resorts in Tulum.

Currency & Tipping

The official currency of Mexico is the Peso, but US dollars are widely accepted in major resort areas, including Tulum.

Things To Do In Tulum

Tulum Attractions

Attractions & Activities

  • Mayan Ruins 
  • Reef snorkeling
  • Explore cenotes and caves
  • ATV tours
  • Ziplining
  • Tequila tastings
  • Catamaran cruise
  • Horseback riding

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Tulum Wedding Planning FAQs

How much does a destination wedding cost in Tulum?
The average cost of a destination wedding in Tulum in 2023 was $6,200. This includes the couple’s accommodations, wedding package and estimated airfare. Prices will vary depending on the time of year you choose to get married, the luxury level of your resort and wedding package, how many guests are in attendance and where you’re flying from. Speak with one of our Certified Destination Wedding Specialists if you’re interested in a free, personalized quote based on your preferences.
When is the best time of year to get married in Tulum?
When choosing when to get married in Tulum, Mexico, it’s important to consider the pros and cons. The peak season is from December to April, which is when you’ll find the best weather for your destination wedding celebration. However, you’ll also run into the highest prices and largest crowds of the year. Getting married during the shoulder season (May-August), allows you to save some money, though the weather may be a bit hot and humid for some. It’s ultimately up to you and your spouse to decide when you want to tie the knot in Tulum. Our Certified Destination Wedding Specialists can help talk through the options before you come to a final decision!
What does a wedding package in Tulum come with?
If you’re getting married at an all-inclusive resort in Tulum, Mexico, your destination wedding package will come with all the essentials for your big day (and beyond). Starting with the ceremony location and beautiful decor options, an officiant, sound system and key floral arrangements, such as bouquet(s) and boutonniere(s). A private or semi-private reception venue, wedding cake and DJ is also customary in Tulum wedding packages. Couples will typically also benefit from romantic amenities throughout their stay, such as early check-in/late check-out, a room upgrade, special turndown service, and even breakfast in bed the morning after the wedding. Inclusions will vary based on the venue. Our Certified Destination Wedding Specialists can assist with choosing the best option to suit your style and budget.
How do I plan a wedding in Tulum, Mexico?
The first step to planning a wedding in Tulum, Mexico is to draft an initial budget and guest list, and then start your venue research. Once you’re working with a Certified Destination Wedding Specialist, they’ll help you select the perfect location, confirm your wedding date, secure a room block and book the travel arrangements for you and your guests. The next step is to send your invitations, purchase your wedding attire, finalize the day-of details with your onsite coordinator (decor, timeline, etc.). Lastly, you’ll pack up and enjoy your time in paradise with your friends and family!

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