Mexico Elegance and attentiveness at three Mexico wedding venues By Meagan Drillinger / March 09, 2017 Share 1 The bridal suite at the Hotel El Ganzo, a boutique lifestyle resort in Cabo San Lucas. -- When it comes to tying the knot in Mexico, all-inclusive options are certainly a convenient choice. But for couples who are looking to go boutique with their destination weddings, here are three resorts in Mexico that are not all-inclusive but do weddings in a cinch and with style.A Grand Queen room at the Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen. Grand Hyatt Playa del CarmenLike any resort equipped for destination weddings, the Grand Hyatt Playa offers its betrothed couples the skills of an on-site, professional wedding specialist whose responsibility is to customize and follow through on the details such as flowers and photography. The Grand Hyatt only does one wedding per day, enabling the specialist to focus exclusively on the couples' day. Couples have their pick of venues at the resort, too, from the Citrus Patio for more intimate weddings to the Ocean View Gazebo that is equipped for an all-out bash with a large guest list.The team at the Grand Hyatt is also equipped to handle different styles of weddings, whether they are kosher Jewish celebrations, Hindu weddings, barefoot beach dinners or formal, black-tie soirees. A sweet perk for the bride is full access to the Bridal Suite, where she and her bridesmaids can relax and be pampered by hairstylists and makeup artists. The resort also offers special group rates to help facilitate family and friends staying in one place. The Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen is a decidedly chic and elegant beach resort, but what sets it apart from others in Mexico is its proximity to the nightlife, restaurants and electric energy of Playa del Carmen. With the turquoise Caribbean Sea laid out before you and Quinta Avenida at your back, the resort has a heady combination of romance and activity that will leave enamored couples and their guests with infinite options during a destination wedding.Hotel El GanzoJetting over to the Baja peninsula, Cabo San Lucas is a gorgeous backdrop for a destination wedding. The boutique lifestyle resort Hotel El Ganzo is a trendy, hip destination for couples who want to make a splash with their ceremony. The washed-in-white hotel pops with blue infinity pools, red couches and cozy fireplaces. The energy is young and vibrant, with a heavy influence on art and music. Couples who crave sexy rooftops and a barefoot, chic beach vibe will feel most at home getting hitched here.The 69-room hotel has four wedding venues from which to choose, or couples can decide to make it a combination. Start the ceremony on the palm tree-lined lawn that offers water views. For cocktails take the party to the downstairs terrace, which has a large bar in the lounge area, complete with cozy fire pits.Dinner can be held at the beach club, a casual yet elegant beachfront setting located just across the bay from El Ganzo via a two-minute panga boat ride. When it's time to party, take it back to the rooftop for panoramic views of the Puerto Los Cabos Marina, the Sea of Cortes and the mountains. The roof is equipped for 100 guests and has a DJ booth. The Hotel El Ganzo also has a professional wedding planner on site who is in charge of assisting with design, decor, photography, food and beverage and flowers. A suite at the Hotel Mousai, south of Puerto Vallarta. Hotel MousaiJust south of Puerto Vallarta, high in the hills overlooking the Bay of Banderas by the jungle mountains that Highway 200 runs through, is the seductive Hotel Mousai. The swank hotel has 73 suites, each with its own expansive balcony and a whirlpool tub. Rooms on the higher floors have stunning views of the bay, and the corner rooms give views of both the ocean and the jungle. The white hotel is accented with bold color bursts of red and purple, while luxurious chandeliers provide a touch of opulence at this otherwise elegantly understated resort. There are a variety of packages to choose from, all for up to 50 people. They start at the Crystal level, which includes the ceremony, a wedding service coordinator, a bamboo chuppah or gazebo overlooking the ocean, a bottle of sparkling wine, a suite upgrade to a higher category and gratuities. The Gemstone package includes all the perks of Crystal, with Chiavari or Avant Garde seating included. The most expensive package, the Jewel, adds flower arrangements; a bouquet and a boutonniere; and Hamara Spa in-room service for the bride and groom. The reception packages are either Gold or Diamond. The Gold package offers an hour of mojitos, margaritas and beers; hors d'oeuvres; three hours of an open bar; and a three-course wedding dinner (or two courses plus cake). The Diamond package adds the three-course dinner to include the cake as well as late-night snacks. The bride and groom also have the option of a completely customized wedding at Hotel Mousai should they have their own vision in mind.