lunes, 21 de diciembre de 2015

Goodbye 2015… Welcome 2016!!!

First of all, I want to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!! We hope all your dreams come true.
As we all know, this season is perfect time to love, to reflect, and to analyze what we have done. We feel really lucky for our business and personal success,
We want to share our achievements with you:
This year we organized and coordinated 24 weddings! We thank all beautiful couples for trusting us such an important day, and for letting us help you to make your dream wedding come true.
We coordinated our 100 wedding!! We are so proud of this accomplishment; soon we will be celebrating this with a big event.
We attended to three EXPO BODA at Mexico City, we helped promote #Huatulco, a perfect place for a Beach Destination Wedding.
Also, we attended to the ABC Latin American Congress of Weddings and Events in Mérida, México, it was an unforgettable experience because we  shared a booth with #Oaxaca State, we promoted our beautiful destinations for weddings and special events and we shared our experiences with collaborators and friends.
Bodas Huatulco acquired its registered trademark’s title.

We attended to Oaxaca City to get our Destination Wedding Specialist Certification; it was given by Ilse Diamant, and Elena Rodriguez, and endorsed by the Mexico Tourism Board, the Association for Wedding Professionals International and the A.C.I.B.E.P (a Mexican Association for Wedding Professionals)
We built our new office, acquired new furniture, and changed uniforms, achieving a stronger business.

Only remains to thank publicly my husband Amaury Johannes López Ayuso for being always by my side, to my kids Damyan and Mya, for picking me as their mother, to our families Villaseñor Saavedra and López Ayuso for being with us, and to our collaborators and suppliers because without them we wouldn’t have these big and amazing accomplishments.
So, now it’s time to say Goodbye to 2015, and Welcome 2016, may it be a year full of health, peace and specially love!.
Happy Holidays!!

miércoles, 2 de diciembre de 2015

Fireworks at your Beach wedding

Fireworks at your beach wedding 

If you are getting married at the beach, something that can’t be missed are fireworks, an element that will add romance to your wedding, and you can use them outdoor, rather than a covered venue. 

Cold Pyro Fireworks

You can use different types like: 
°Cold Pyro 
Airbust Fireworks

We recommend you, if you wish to include this service, to hire professional companies, because it can be dangerous if they don’t know how to handle the product. 

Verify quality of the product and service, don’t choose the supplier only for the price, you can be disappointed on the result, so be sure it is the best according to your needs.

Sky Lanterns

If your budget is too limited to include this show, you can launch sky lanterns, which are cheaper and the effect is really romantic too. 

**Don’t forget to contact us if you want this beautiful experience at your wedding in Huatulco.**

martes, 20 de enero de 2015

How to arrange all the legal paperwork to get married in Mexico

Hi girls! No I didn't die, I just had a LOT on my hands during the past 6 weeks, but now we're back on schedule and hopefully we shall stay like that.

"I had no idea it was this much work!". That is deffinitively one of the most common comments we get from brides to be, we all dream of our "D day" but we really never seem to take all the practical matters in account. When you plan your wedding away from home, you are to take in consideration the legal paperwork.

The bride and groom must arrive at their hotel three business days prior to the legal wedding ceremony date in order to complete the blood tests and process the necessary documents. Saturday and Sunday are not considered working days.
Mexican laws require a Health Certificate for all Legal Wedding Ceremonies. Blood tests are done to determine blood type, HIV and STD status and they should be taken in Mexico.

The “Single Status Statutory Declaration” or “Single Status Affidavit” is a document required by the Mexican government to conduct a legal wedding. It states that you are currently single and have no impediment to get married.

The Apostille Seal is necessary when issuing a document from one country to another for legal purposes. For information on how to obtain the Apostille Seal, please contact the Secretary of State Office or visit:

Legal Wedding Ceremonies require four witnesses (they must be at least 18 years of age at the time of the ceremony). If the wedding couple provides their own witnesses, these must arrive three business days prior to the legal wedding ceremony date in order to complete the legal document process, which consists of:

  • Filling out a civil ceremony form
  • Presenting valid passport or driver's license
  • Presenting tourist card
This is one of the main reasons to hire a wedding planning when getting married in Mexico, having someone to help you through all the legal matters, will deffinitively take a HUGE load off your shoulders.

See you next Tuesday... J