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Welcome to Sayulita. The very name sounds friendly, pretty, and happy; and this little Mexican coastal town truly is all those things and more.
Sayulita has become well known among world travelers as an exotic destination wedding location that is truly magical. Let one of our excellent professional wedding planners personalize and capture your day to make it just as you imagined and more. A perfect destination wedding location, Sayulita is still close enough to invite your dearest friends and families.
LGBTQ couples and people of all types are welcomed warmly and happily into Sayulita's eclectic community of writers, artists, surfers, and CEOs. We all live here because we wanted something different and have liberal views on the idea of traditional.
Your wedding can be as luxurious or as laid-back as you want it to be. Sayulita is a flexible, rustic atmosphere but has all the amenities to fulfill all your details and desires. Choose from Mariachi bands, DJs, designer wedding dresses, and enjoy your day on a casual beach setting or dance away all nightunder a soaring palapa. End your special day by sending fireworks or lanterns into the sky, or by releasing newly hatched baby turtles to the ocean.
When it comes to deciding where to stay in Sayulita, your options are virtually endless. A beachfront villa or luxury home in the hills overlooking the bay; an intimate bungalow tucked away in the jungle or a cozy apartment in the heart of the village. It's as easy as checking the incredible variety of beautiful lodging shown on this website.
Sayulita is rustic and unique. There are no international hotels, no chain restaurants, nor any casinos. Our hotels are family-owned and operated. Our "fast food"consists of street tacos, homemade cookies and sweets, and shrimp grilled right on the beach.
As for casinos, the closest you will come to that would be playing a game of loteria with some locals or losing a friendly bet with a friend and buying the table a round of tequila.
The people of Sayulita, both local and expat, are worldly and bohemian. We have a long tradition of welcoming all people from around the world who long for something different and an alternative lifestyle.
Romance is always in the air in Sayulita. Moonlit walks on the beach, horseback rides up into the mountains, intimate dinners in one of our top quality restaurants, or just laze in the plaza and watch the world go by. Hire a private chef for your group or just for you and your partner.
Take a day trip on a chartered catamaran or go deep-sea fishing with your friends and a professional fishing guide. Go scuba diving or learn to surf. Enjoy abeachside couple's massage or spend a day at a luxurious spa. End your day at a chic martini lounge or rocking Mexican bar. Find Tours & Activities here.
All marriages, including same-sex marriage, is legal in Mexico if the ceremony is performed as a civil union. You can either go the whole 9 yards and have all the documents legally drawn up, or you can have a local licensed marriage officiant perform the services at your wedding, and save the official business for your return home! Sayulita offers you whatever options that make you most comfortable and able to enjoy your Sayulita wedding!
According to a 2012 SFgate.com article, "If you work with a wedding planner or a resort in Mexico, they can assist you with the details. Should you choose to get legally married in Mexico without the assistance of a planner, you'll need passports, birth certificates, divorce certificates (if relevant), local blood tests and chest x-rays (in some states), three days to three months of prep time, four witnesses who are not your parents, a Mexican justice of the peace, a translator, about $650 and a mulish ability to stand in line and slog through red tape." The author of this article's information is confirmed in various travel websites as well as the Mexican government's official page on marriage requirements.
Sayulita is all yours to discover. Let your dream come true in Sayulita.