Book a Cenote Wedding Ceremony or Cenote Vow Renewal
Looking for a unique location for your destination wedding in the Riviera Maya, Mexico? Cenotes in the Riviera Maya are mystical, beautiful and crystal clear....a perfect location for an intimate ceremony. What is a cenote? A cenote, is a deep natural well or sinkhole formed by the collapse of surface limestone that exposes ground water underneath. Some cenotes are used by the ancient Mayans for sacrificial offerings. These amazing creations are all unique, they vary in size, can consist of fresh or salt water, and entrances can be grand or narrow. However, they are simply a wonderful act of nature, one can see on your visit to the Riviera Maya, located in the Yucatan, Mexico.
Vow Renewal in Tulum, Playa del Carmen & Xcaret
Celebrating a landmark year for your wedding with your true love? Renew your vows with your loved one on a pristine beach, mystical cenote or private rooftop overlooking the Caribbean with your closest friends and family. Vow renewals are very popular these days to renew your vows, exchange new ones and reaffirm your commitment to each other.
People from all over the world choose Playa del Carmen or Tulum for their Riviera Maya destination wedding. We will personalize your ceremony and reception with any traditions you like, so just let us know how we can help. Here are some popular traditions:
One of the first items during wedding planning is to advise your bride and groom to choose responsible and sober people to be a part of your wedding party. The people you chose should be there to help you on your special day, so if tequila is an attendant’s best friend, you may want to consider someone else. The less stress for you and your family…. the better. Regarding numbers there is no rule of how many attendants you should have. If you have an odd number of men or women, a Groomsmen can escort two ladies or vice/versa. Also, an attendant can walk down by themselves. If you want to have special guests help with the wedding, they can help pass out wedding programs, usher guests to their seats or with your destination beach wedding, pass out “flip flops” for your beach ceremony. Regarding gender, your attendants do not have to be of the same sex so mix it up if you like! And, if you are working with a small budget, keep the bridal party small in order to cut down on corsages, boutonnieres, and bridesmaid bouquets.
Playa del Carmen now allows "legal" gay weddings in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. My Playa Wedding has always booked "symbolic" gay weddings, celebrating the union of gay couples spiritualty, however, as of February 1, 2015, Quintana Roo has approved legal gay weddings. My Playa Wedding hosted Quintana Roo's "first legal gay wedding for two women" at Indigo Beach in Playa del Carmen as well as hosted the first gay wedding in the infamous eco-archaoelogical park of Xcaret, located less then 20 minutes south of Playa del Carmen.