A romantic wedding in Cancun enjoying the excellent service of the Hotel Riu Caribe
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General wedding policiesThe couple and 80% of their guests must stay at the same Riu Hotel where the wedding will be performed. Only 20% of the total group can stay at another hotel chain, wedding couple must purchase a established wedding package.
For weddings at Riu Caribe guests staying at Riu Palace Las Americas, Riu Palace Peninsula and Riu Cancun will be able to attend the wedding and semi private dinner reception without extra charge.
Guests staying in other hotels would have to pay a day pass per person.
Couples must respect the arrival date, they have to arrive at least two (2) full business days for symbolic/religious ceremony and three (3) full business days for a civil ceremony, prior the wedding date (not counting weekends, National Holidays and the arrival day).
Weddings are not performed on Sundays & National holidays.
Confirmed weddings cancelled within a month of the ceremony date or upon arrival to the hotel will be charged a cancellation fee of $250.00 USD.
Maximum capacity of the Riu Caribe: 100 persons.
External vendors are allowed, if they are staying at the Hotel where the wedding will be performed or if they pay a Vendor's Fee of $250.00 USD per person.
Documentation (Only for civil/legal ceremonies)
- Valid Couple's Passports and of the 4 Witnesses (Regular Copies)
- Couple's Tourist Cards and of the 4 witnesses (Regular Copies)
- Divorce Decree, if apply (Regular copies)
- Death Certificate of previous partner (Original, Apostilled and translated into Spanish, if apply)
- Blood Test, included in the wedding package (It can only be done at the resort)
- Written parental consents for people under 18 years old (Original, Apostilled and translated into Spanish, if apply).
- Translation into Spanish: The required documents must be translated into Spanish by a certified translation office/bureau in your country. This process must be done before your arrival to the hotel.
- Apostille: Is a certificate that authenticates the signature of the public official who has signed the document. An apostille certificate confirms the person who signed a document has the authority to do so and that the document should therefore be recognized as legal without further evidence in another member state of the Hague Convention. The Apostille must be required in the State where the document was made. The Foreign Offices of each state and country can provide the apostille. In fact, you should apostille the documents before arrive to the hotel.
- Blood Tests: Are required for legal weddings in Mexico. HIV, syphilis, gonorrhea, herpes and all the STD´s are tested. Tests must be performed in Mexico by a certified doctor (for the medical certificate). The onsite wedding coordinator will arrange the doctor appointment in your hotel room. It is very important to mention that If one of the tests appears positive the ceremony cannot be performed.
- For Civil weddings: The marriage certificate will be given to the couple at the end of the Ceremony in Spanish. If you require a copy of your marriage certificate please inform your onsite wedding coordinator during your interview.
- Important: IMPORTANT:
We kindly ask you to verify the procedure that you will have to follow in order to legalize your marriage in your country, as sometimes an apostille is required. If you need to Apostille your Marriage Certificate, please be advised that you will have to cover the amount of this service.
- For Religious (Symbolic) or Renewal of Vows ceremonies:: The couple will receive a marriage certificate without legal bearing on the wedding day.