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Villa Wedding in Mexico

Many couples are tired of participating to boring and conventional weddings with hundreds of people. They cannot stand anymore the classic reception with loads of food and unsatisfied guests. Are you one of those couples? We have the right solution for you.

Reserve a villa of our partners so that your wedding will be extraordinary and different from those of your friends and relatives. Invite 20 or more guests and give a start to the best wedding you have ever seen.

There are different options at your disposal. Villas normally have wide and gorgeous gardens where religious ceremonies, receptions and party take place. There are also halls and venues where couples decide to stay. You can reserve a villa for one day or more or even for an entire week. You can use a part of it or the whole space. You can even organize your wedding there and stay with your kin and friends for the night of the big event. It's up to you! There are no limits to your happiness and satisfaction. Staff always find the most suitable solutions for everybody.

Mexican villas are magnificently served by professional and efficient catering services. Either you like Mexican food or international cuisine there always a way to organize a tasty lunch, dinner or buffet.

As you may imagine villas are not hotels. Once you reserve it you can have freedom enough to organize the space you need and arrange the schedule you prefer. Weddings in villas are very flexible and brides and grooms are very relaxed because they avoid the stress of big spaces and numerous guests.

Give yourself the possibility to enjoy a nice dinner, a funny concert and a relaxing day after the wedding in the green and colorful gardens of Mexican villas.

You will never forget the romantic and unique atmosphere of your wedding in an exclusive environment dedicated only to your partner's and your joy.

Weddings in private villas are distinguished, romantic and always unforgettable.

Photos: courtesy of Dino Gomez Photography