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Tulum Mexico Elopement Planning

Tulum Mexico Elopement Planning

Tulum is one of the top places to get married in Mexico. It has plenty of opportunities for adventure, trendy cafes, and it’s safe for travelers. I’ll help you through your Tulum, Mexico elopement planning so you can have an incredible wedding experience!

On this blog, you’ll find recommendations for the following:

  • Wedding venues in Tulum, Mexico
  • Wedding vendors
  • Things to do in Tulum
  • Transportation in Mexico
  • Where to stay in Tulum          

Bride and Groom eloping in Tulum Mexico

Tulum Mexico Elopement Planning

Elopement Venues in Tulum:

Tulum is full of gorgeous wedding venues. There are boutique hotels, resorts, trendy bars, the beach, etc. Below is a list of top wedding venues in Tulum, Mexico:

You can always skip the venue and elope somewhere outdoors. As a destination elopement photographer, I often help my couples find unique spaces to say their vows based on their vision for the day. There are plenty of incredible places to elope in Tulum, so don’t feel limited to a venue if you’d prefer somewhere a little more remote or adventurous!

Tulum Mexico wedding venue

Mexico Wedding Planners & Designers:

Tulum Mexico elopement planning

These wedding planners and stylists in Tulum are all fantastic at what they do and will breathe life into your vision for your wedding day. So if you’re looking for someone to design your ceremony set up and make sure your day runs smoothly, you can’t go wrong with these options.

Tulum Mexico Elopement planning details and tablescape

Tulum Wedding Florists

Whether you’re looking for a bouquet or flowers to decorate your wedding ceremony, these are three of the best wedding florists in Tulum.

Venessa Jaimes

Cherry Blossom

Moni Junco (Event Planner + Floral Design) 

A couple eloping in Tulum Mexico

Hair & Makeup Artists:

These hair and makeup artists serving Tulum will have you feeling beautiful and confident for your elopement!

Salty Beauty

Studio Rosé

Beauty on Wheels Riviera

Bride getting ready for Tulum wedding

Transportation in Tulum, Mexico

The best way to get to Tulum

First, the best way to get to Tulum is to fly into the Cancun International airport. It’s about 73 miles from Cancun to Tulum. From the airport, you can grab the ADO bus or a taxi to Tulum. Buses are the least expensive option, but they’re not as direct and will take a bit longer. You’ll likely have to negotiate a bit with the taxi driver to get a decent price. On the other hand, taxi’s can take you directly to where you’re staying, and you won’t have to wait on the bus schedule. 

Those are the two most popular options; however, you can also rent a car, shuttle, private transfer, etc. You can check out all the options and information from the Cancun Airport transportation website. While car rental is an option, it’s not recommended due to crime and difficult parking.

How to get around in Tulum

Once you’re in Tulum, you have plenty of options. For example, you can walk, rent bikes, take a taxi, use Collectivo (rideshare created for locals), or drive your own car rental. It depends on your budget and comfort level. Certainly you’ll use a combination of transportation.

Tulum Mexico Elopement planning

Best time to Elope in Tulum Mexico

The best time to elope in Tulum is November and December. The temperatures are milder and more enjoyable than the hot summer months. The peak of tourism is after New Years, which means it will be much more crowded starting in January. October, November, and December are considered Mexico’s dry season. November and December have the best weather and are less busy. As a result, those months are the best times to visit Tulum, Mexico.

Stylish couple eloping in Tulum

Things to Do in Tulum Mexico

If you’re planning an elopement in Tulum Mexico, then you probably want to experience the best that this tropical, trendy destination has to offer. There are plenty of things to do in Tulum, whether you want an adventurous or a relaxing trip. For example, activities in Tulum range from laying out at the beach to zip lining through the jungle! Here’s a list of 10 things to do in Tulum, Mexico:

  • Rent bikes
  • Enjoy the beach
  • Swim in the Cenotes
  • Snorkel
  • Go sailing
  • Explore caves
  • See the Mayan Ruins
  • Kite Surfing
  • Zip lining
  • Lagoon mud bath

Tulum Mexico Elopement Planning

As a destination wedding photographer serving Tulum, Mexico, I’m here to guide you as you plan an elopement or destination wedding that’s unique to you. Most importantly, there are no rules to planning an elopement in Tulum, Mexico, and I can help you figure out what that looks like for your wedding day.

Tulum Mexico destination wedding and elopement photographer

I’m Emily Kidd, and I’m an international elopement photographer. My passion is capturing the authenticity of your relationship + the essence of the experience. I help my couples create unique adventures.

I’ve traveled to 25+ countries, capturing destination weddings and elopements internationally. In addition, I’ll be spending winter in Tulum, Mexico. So I’d love to meet you there and document your incredible journey as a couple.

My couples are the daring ones who aren’t afraid to go after what they want + live in the moment. Reach out for more info, and let’s create something extraordinary!

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