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28th January 2024
Golfo de Papagayo, Costa Rica.
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Get ready for your next destination and adventure, our wedding! Pack your bags cause you’re coming to Costa Rica for a weekend filled with activities and a camera crew to document stories so Dani can have content for days.
We can’t wait to celebrate with you!
Spend a day sailing along the Gulf of Papagayo where you will have a chance to enjoy the sunshine, beverages, jump in the water, enjoy the beach, snorkel and hopefully see some dolphins along the way!
We will meet up at 8:30am at Matiss restaurant (Mangrove Hotel). We will load the boats and depart no later than 9:00 AM from Playa Panama.
Beach casual: Bring swimwear, coverup, sandals, sunblock, hat and sunglasses
Our ceremony will start at 4:00PM at the outdoor garden at the Mangrove Hotel.
Cocktail hour & Reception will start at 5:00 PM and the afterparty will end at 2:00AM (all held in the same location)
Ceremony, reception and afterparty will all be held in the outdoor garden at Mangroove Hotel.
Attire: Beach formal. Even though it’s a garden wedding remember you are right next to the beach so light fabric dresses and comfortable heels are encouraged.
We recommend booking your stay at the Mangroove Hotel in Golfo de Papagayo.
Guanacaste Info Center will be our official transportation company; ask for your transfer in service
We have prepared a special blog recommending what you should know and bring on your trip to Costa Rica.
Important: We recommend flights directly into LIR Airport (Daniel Oduber International Airport, formerly known as the Liberia International Airport) since it´s just 20 min from The Mangrove Hotel where most events will be taking place.
Here are some recommendations and answers to frequently asked questions you may have before and during your wedding in Costa Rica.
Please RSVP by November 27th so we can have an accurate headcount.
Due to limited space, we are only able to accommodate those guests formally invited on you wedding invitation. If you received a plus one they will appear under your name when you RSVP. Thank you for understanding!
January is the beginning of Costa Rica’s dry season. The weather is pleasantly warm and breezy, with average highs of 89°F (32°C) and lows of 74°F (23°C).
Our wedding ceremony, cocktail hour and reception will be outdoors. Therefore, we do not recommend the use of high heel shoes.
It is permitted to take photos and videos during the ceremony. However, we remind you of the importance of keeping your phone silent. A team of photographers and videographers will be present, so please do not walk in the way of the cameras or obstruct the shots.
While we love your little ones, our wedding is going to be an adults-only event so that everyone can relax and enjoy the evening. We appreciate you making arrangements ahead of time, and if you need any help arranging local help, please let the bride or groom know.
No. Costa Rica accepts and uses the American dollar as currency. However, you may be given change in Costa Rican colones and will want to exchange or use them up before you leave.
We suggest letting your bank know that you will be traveling abroad for the specified dates so you can use your cards without being flagged.
Costa Rica observes Central Standard Time (CST) all year. There are no daylight savings time changes.
Outlets are the same as in the US, so no electric adapters/converters are needed.
Please contact our wedding planner assistant, Mariela at email@example.com.
Here are some recommended activities you can do during our wedding in Costa Rica.
Our DMC has an extensive catalog with half-day activities in Guanacaste, from white water rafting to experiencing an active volcano! Make sure you have time to explore the country! Contact Abe Solis at firstname.lastname@example.org
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