Wedding photographers in Mexico
Mexico is a fantastic country for a destination wedding. It’s close to home, easy to get to, and has a wide variety of hotels and natural scenery, from high mountains to tropical beaches — and everything in between. All in all, we give the country an A+ for wedding photography thanks to the sheer variety it offers. Shooting here can result in images that are retro and vintage in some of the old colonial towns, or defined by beautiful natural landscaes on some of the country’s many deserted beaches.
The sheer diversity of the country cannot be beat — there is such a huge variety of small villages, cosmopolitan cities, deserted beaches and party towns, and all the places you might tie the knot in Mexico are absolutely gorgeous. We have shot in the Riviera Maya in sunken underground rivers, in the mountains towering above the Pacific near Oaxaca, and on enchanting islands off the country’s Caribbean coast.
If you are looking for a unique photography experience and incredible images, give us a call or send an email. We’d love to hear from you.
Check out the following resources to the right for planning your big day south of the border.
- Cozumel — Easy to get to, tons of awesome scuba diving, deserted beaches, and super nice all-inclusives -- along with a fun small town.
- Costalegre — Off the beaten path, opulent, luxurious, beautiful, empty, zen-like, and no throngs of people. Out there, but not roughing it.
- Cancun — Big hotels, big night life, big parties, big big big. Cancun is the beach town of the Yucatan Peninsula, and it's easy to get to.
- Acapulco — Great weather, endless beaches, well established tourist industry, easy to get to, with a hoppin' party and nightlife scene.
- Akumal — Easy to get to, an authentic Mexican feel, zero mega-resorts, lots of boutique hotels, few crowds, and fun cultural excursions.
- Cabo San Lucas — At the tip of Baja, and one of the best places in the world for a destination wedding. Easy access, great nightlife, beautiful environs, and endless beaches.
- Oaxaca — Interesting culture, architecture, and old-time colonial feel in this mountainous region. Not the wild beach atmosphere of other places.
- Huatulco — Off-the-beaten path and a little harder to get to, but well worth it with all-inclusive resorts that feel private and extremely luxurious.
- Ixtapa — Easy access, gorgeous beaches, and a well developed hospitality industry characterize this region. Two thumbs up.
- Pueblos Magicos | Magical Villages — Spread through the country, this series of magical towns has exquisite natural beauty and quiet, off-the-beaten-path auras.
- Manzanillo — A slide of authentic Mexico on the Pacific coast, with fantastic golf and water activities, with the beautiful nearby Isla Navidad.
- Mazatlan — Great combination of colonial charm and the busy nightlife of a bigger, more cosmopolitan city, set along miles of beautiful beaches.
- Playa del Carmen — Lots of outdoor adventures, and a great mix between the upscale boutique hotels of Tulum and the grand all-inclusives closer to Cancun.
- Puerto Aventuras — Luxurious resorts, endless outdoor activities for your guests, and beautiful natural resources. A top pick.
- Puerto Vallarta — Luxurious resorts, endless outdoor activities for your guests, and beautiful natural resources. A top pick.
- Riviera Maya — Beaches, cultural experiences, mayan ruins, scuba diving. All inclusives, funky intimate hotels, and everything in between.
- Tulum — Tulum is a top favorite. Funky beach front hotels, nothing high rise, close to cool Mayan ruins, and some fantastic food.
- Punta de Mita — Uber-luxury resort area that's well off the beaten path and super secluded.
- San Miguel de Allende — Cool buildings, interesting architecture, and old Colonial style churches come together for a cultural experience.
- Todos Santos — Beaches galore, combined with an artsy and eclectic community and great surf. Oh, and did I say beaches?
- Zihuatanejo — Slightly off the beaten path, great combination of ocean and mountain vistas. "Mexico's best kept secret."