Say ‘I Do’ In The Stunning Locale of Puerto Vallarta

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Looking for a wedding spot in one of the world’s most exotic locations? Well then, just head to Puerto Vallarta in Mexico.

Pristine beaches, awe-inspiring natural beauty, romantic charm, fantastic food, friendly people and an array of land and water activities contribute in making Puerto Vallarta the much preferred place for that picture-perfect destination wedding.

Recently, Brides Magazine covered an entire wedding of a Chinese couple in Puerto Vallarta and also featured this gorgeous town as a vibrant wedding destination.

If you’re looking for the ultimate “wow” factor, Casa Valerie, a luxurious private rental villa in Puerto Vallarta, will be the perfect choice as a destination wedding villa. Offering breathtaking views of the Los Arcos rock formation, the Bay of Banderas and Mismaloya Beach, Casa Valerie will leave no stone unturned in bringing your fantasy fairytale wedding to life.

Built on multiple levels, the interiors of casa Valerie feature tiled floors, crisp white walls, soaring ceilings, 40-foot living rooms and 6,000 square feet of poolside terraces. The master suite provides a romantic setting with a private marble bathroom with a Jacuzzi. Outside, there is a large, Infinity styled pool (no edges) and a spacious pool deck. The team at Casa Valerie can help you with the full range of wedding services from arranging your wedding ceremony to photography, catering, flowers, music and even fireworks! To top all of this, Casa Valerie is also surprisingly affordable!

So whether you want a small, intimate ceremony with just family and friends or a larger wedding with 100 guests or more, Casa Valerie will deliver the wedding of your dreams in high style.

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