There are various traditions in Mexico for weddings, but one that stands out the most is having a wedding at a church where only Catholic ceremonies can be perform by a priests. They are bilingual and are able to perform the ceremony in either English or Spanish.

There are two Catholic churches in the area: one in Cabo San Lucas and one in San Jose del Cabo. There are also other venues that come with a “Capilla”–where Catholic ceremonies may be perform–such as the ones found at the Sheraton Hacienda del Mar, Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach, One & Only Palmilla, and Cabo Azul. These chapels can offer NON-Catholic ceremonies or non-religious ceremonies.

The cost for the mass is $75.00 US (cost may change), but a letter from the couple’s church (from the country they are originally from/or residents in) is required stating that they have requested authorization and have begun with the process and requirements of getting ready. The priest that will be performing the ceremony will not be able to reserve the chapel nor officiate the Catholic wedding ceremony without having the authorization letter and the proper documentation from the couple’s church.

Please contact your Be That Bride wedding coordinator for further information about this.