Explore these San Miguel de Allende wedding venues in this picturesque, Mexican town surrounded by colorful, colonial architecture and easy-going locals walking the cobblestone streets. Getting married in here will feel like you’ve wandered into the magic of a European town. It feels both cosmopolitan and quaint – bright-colored, baroque Spanish buildings, a vibrant art scene, cultural festivals, and the food scene makes this place unforgettable, with some of the most beautiful restaurants overlooking the city. The true heart of the city is La Parroquia, a neo-Gothic cathedral that is made of pink stone and overlooks the main plaza, El Jardin. (But if you want to tie the knot here, you’ll have to wait on a 4-year waiting list)! This UNESCO World Heritage Site is also home to nearby natural wonders, including a 170-acre botanical garden set in an ecological preserve. Great for a pre-wedding hike and a picnic alongside the waterfalls (don’t forget your camera on this trip)! Here is the perfect place if you want a destination wedding but want to avoid the typical bohemian vibe. Instead, you can have beautiful, romantic colonial architecture as your ceremony backdrop. Your destination wedding in San Miguel Allende will make you fall in love over and over again.
Where to find San Miguel de Allende
Located in Guanajuato state, 165 miles northeast of Mexico City and 60 miles from the state capital, Guanajuato city, San Miguel is set within Mexico’s hilly, central highlands. The best time to get married here is from October to May to avoid overly hot summers and rainy season.
San Miguel Wedding de Allende Wedding Venues – ready to tie the knot?
This is one of the best destination wedding locations in the world. San Miguel de Allende is both romantic and charming with cobblestone streets that make you feel like you’ve stepped into the 16th century. Think vintage luxury and with so many options for your ceremony: from San Miguel’s intimate haciendas surrounded by romantic greenery to its grandiose, luxury venues, with 5-star service leaving you feeling like a queen on your wedding day.
One of the best highlights of being married here is the Callejoneada, a wedding tradition where you and your guests parade around the entire town with a Mariachi band, giant puppets called Mojigangas and a donkey that carries tequila. You’ll have waiters pouring shots for you and your guests as you walk the city streets while the sun sets down on the city. A truly unforgettable moment surrounded by happiness, sunshine, and tequila!
Why your guests might like it
Colonial town · Architecture · Art scene · Cobblestone streets