Azul Sensatori – My Finance Said “I Do” To Someone Else

My finance said “I Do” .

I wasn’t even there when it happened. 

When it came to planning our Wedding my Fiancé was told to create the Fairytale the way she had always imagined.   My job was to look good in a tuxedo.

She worked out every detail with Wedding Planners from Azul Sensatori.  She said I do want a special wedding package, I do want my choice of locations, and I do want to select my type of ceremony.

She selected the Sky Rooftop Terrace location which was perfect.  When you feel like you’re on top of the world, it just makes sense to have a location to match the mood.

Think 360 degree views of sky, ocean, and tropics from a perch in the clouds.

Other popular spots to exchange rings are the Beach Wedding Gazebo at the edge of the ocean or amidst the fragrance of the Garden Wedding Gazebo.

Some brides prefer the Open Air Lounge that combines the ceremony and reception into one site.

Wedding packages range from free to big budget.    We selected the Gold Package which is extraordinary!  This included all the elegant details we wanted and several additional values.  We added a sunset dinner cruise with the parents and that included a professional photographer.

The actual ceremony was a civil-legal type combined with a religious ceremony.  For a marriage to be legally recognized back in the States you must have a civil ceremony.

Here are some important notes.  For a Catholic Ceremony there is an additional charge for a Priest.   You must furnish an official letter from your church allowing your marriage in Mexico.  You must supply bride and groom birth, baptism, and confirmation certificates prior to your wedding date.

Catholic ceremonies must be performed in a Chapel.   The only Chapels are at El Dorado Maroma, El Dorado Royale, and El Dorado Casitas Royale hotels.

Jewish ceremonies require a letter from home allowing the couple to wed in Mexico and you will have to find a local  Rabbi or pay a fee to have one flown in from Florida.

Every ceremony requires the bride and groom to have valid passports, a tourist card with a name that matches the passport, and you must arrive at the resort one full business day before a symbolic or religious ceremony and 3 full business days prior to a civil/legal ceremony.

When my finance ran all the details by me and asked if I approved, there was only one smart reply.

“Yes”.