If you want to get married in Mexico, there is nothing legal or technical stopping you from doing so, but you will need to plan ahead and get a few documents together, fill in a few forms and pay a few fees.The couple getting married will be required to present the following documentation and requisites. Some requirements differ from State to State.
Foreign documents (with the exception of your passport and travel permit) will need to be translated into Spanish, notarized by your nearest Mexican Consulate, and be ‘Apostilled’ in the country where you live by the appropriate organization/authorities. These forms are attained from the local registry office in Mexico. You will also need to acquire the written results of a blood test, written in Spanish.
I will get back to you ASAP with details on how we can make your dream a reality.