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If you are considering having a wedding in Monterrey, the city offers many wedding location options. Monterrey is nestled at the foot of the Sierra Madre Mountains, in a 1,800 foot high valley. Located within Monterrey is the Cerro de la Silla, a unique 5,700 foot peak that adds to the romance of to the third largest in Mexico.

Wedding locations

  • Presidente Intercontinental (81) 8368 6000
  • Gran Hotel Ancira 1 866 665 6177
  • Fiesta Americana Centro Monterrey (81) 8319 0900
  • Sheraton Ambassador (81) 8380 70000
  • Safi Royal Luxury Valle (81) 8100 7000
  • Safi Royal Luxury Centro (81) 8100 7000
  • Quinta Real Monterrey (81) 8368 1000

Tips for your Wedding in Monterrey

  • Research the many packages that hotels and villas offer for your Monterrey wedding.
  • Plan your Monterrey wedding in advance.
  • Don’t forget to order flower arrangements and a photographer in advance of your Monterrey wedding.
  • If you want to have your hair done by a local spa or salon for your Monterrey wedding, do a trial run.
  • Negotiate for the best price.
  • Hire a Monterrey wedding planner because planning your own wedding can be stressful. Most Monterrey hotels will be able to recommend a wedding planner who specializes in Monterrey weddings.

Monterrey Wedding Legal Tips

Contact your nearest Mexican Consulate for more details.

  • All the foreign documents below need to be translated into Spanish except your passport
  • Documents need to be notarized by a Mexican Consulate and be legal in the country that you live in by the appropriate authorities.
  • Obtain a marriage application from the local registry office in Monterrey. This is where you will specify if you will get married under separate or joint property
  • To get legally married in Monterrey you must be 18 or have documented parental consent
  • The bride, groom and four witnesses must have passports that are valid for at least 6 months after entering Mexico.
  • You must have original copies of the tourist permit. This is the permit that you have completed at the port of entry when you entered Mexico or a resident permit (visa,FM3,Fm2,)
  • You must have a certified birth certificate that is translated by an approved translator.
  • If the bride or the groom has been previously married you must have copies of the divorce decree or a copy of the death certificate.
  • You need a blood test done in Monterrey with the results written in Spanish. This test must be done within a certain time frame of the Marriage application.