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Casa de la Sirena Simplifies Mexico Beach Weddings

June 21st, 2012

Of course, once you’ve decided where you intend to have your Mexican beach wedding, the real work begins. In addition to your guest list and travel arrangements, you will need to consider:

  • Ceremony location and time
  • Attire
  • Cuisine (traditional fare vs. catered elegance)
  • Floral arrangements
  • Music
  • Photography
  • Honeymoon plans

(Note: All civil legal marriages performed in Mexico can be validated in the United States, making the legal issues easy to navigate.)


Wedding Planning along Mexico’s Western Coast

June 19th, 2012

When most people think of having a destination wedding in Mexico, they picture the bright turquoise waters of the Caribbean and the high-rise resorts that populate the eastern portion of the country. While there are attractive mexico beach weddings along these lines, we invite you to consider something a little more intimate, a little lower-key, and a little more in keeping with the family traditions that make Mexico such a unique and warm place to say your “I dos”.


Weddings in Paradise: The Food and Wedding Cake

December 21st, 2011

Most people choose to have a Mexican beach wedding for the romance, the exotic setting, and the chance to step away from tradition to create truly unique memories. After all, there are few things more moving than a couple in love looking out over the ocean, the gentle breeze and setting sun all the decoration needed to set the right tone.

At Casa de la Sirena, we have worked hard to instill all of these things in our venue and in into our list of wedding services. Some couples opt for a low-key beachfront ceremony with a handful of guests, while others look for something a little bit grander and more traditional. Regardless of what you have in mind, we’re prepared to help you realize your dream—and to get the right food to make your day perfect.


Why a Mexico Vacation Villa Makes the Best Private Getaway

October 26th, 2011

There are all kinds of vacationers who come to Mexico looking for the perfect few weeks. Some people come in search of a vibrant and active nightlife, where the music is loud, the margaritas are flowing, and it’s possible to spend the whole time meeting new people in search of some fun. Others come hoping to sample the local culture, from the historic sites and museums to authentic villages where residents welcome you with open arms. Still others might seek a chance to hit the waves on a surfboard or sail through a forest on a zip line. Mexico is large enough and diverse enough to accommodate all types.


Weddings at Casa de la Sirena

September 21st, 2011

If you’ve ever dreamed of a beach wedding, Mexico should be at the top of your list. Mexico beach weddings have grown in popularity over the past few years—and with good reason. Whether you’ve always dreamed of a destination wedding that doubles as a honeymoon getaway, or if you want simple, barefoot elegance that will make your day as special as you’ve always imagined, it’s all possible when you’re surrounded by a tropical location that has a charm and class all its own.


Mexico Vacations for Two: Romantic Couple Trips

September 9th, 2011

Couple Vacation in MexicoWhen most people picture a Mexican beach vacation, they conjure up romantic images of couples strolling along the beach, a quiet sunset dinner for two, or the crash of waves accompanying an early morning kiss. Bikinis on the sand, tropical drinks delivered right to your hand, and private villas that allow for some quiet getaway time are all right here, providing the perfect backdrop for romance of any kind.


Mexico Beach Weddings: Personal and Completely Custom at a Fraction of the Cost!

August 10th, 2011

These days, the average wedding costs upwards of $20,000. In fact, with the exception of a house, cars, and your childrens’ college educations, your wedding represents one of the most important purchases you will ever make as a couple. From finding that perfect dress to tracking down a venue, caterer, and band, there’s quite a bit of time involved, as well. Most brides and grooms spend up to a year planning their big day — and, by comparison, just a few months devising the perfect honeymoon to go along with it.