FAQ/ Preguntas

Where Is San Miguel de Allende?

San Miguel de Allende is a city located in the central region of Mexico, in the state of Guanajuato.

It is a historic colonial city in Mexico known for its well-preserved Spanish colonial architecture, vibrant cultural scene, and stunning natural beauty. It attracts tourists from around the world for its charming cobblestone streets, baroque-style churches, and artistic community. The city is also surrounded by mountains, hot springs, and natural parks, offering outdoor enthusiasts a variety of activities to enjoy. San Miguel de Allende has a rich history dating back to the 16th century and continues to be a popular destination for both visitors and expatriates.

What's The Wedding Dress Code? Que me pongo?

The dress code for the ceremony and reception is black-tie encouraged. Women commonly choose floor-length dresses (don't be afraid to wear a colorful dress! San Miguel is known for its lively colors) and for men tuxedos or dark colored suits. We can't wait to see everyone dressed up!

Se recomienda el código de vestimenta "etiqueta negra" para la ceremonia y la recepción. Las mujeres suelen elegir vestidos largos hasta el suelo y hombres esmóquines o trajes con corbata de colores oscuros.

How do we get to the venue? Como llegamos al Rancho Las Sabinas?

We will be providing transportation to and from the venue! Please check our "venue transportation" tab for more information! If you have any questions please don't hesitate to reach out to Teffany or Zack!

¡Proporcionaremos transporte hacia y desde Rancho Las Sabinas! ¡Consulte nuestra pestaña de "Event Transportation" para obtener más información! Si tiene alguna pregunta, no dude en comunicarse con Teffany o Zack.


Attire for the callejoneada is Festive Semi-Formal.

Ladies: think cute/casual dresses or an outfit you would wear to dinner!

Gentlemen: think jeans/pants with a polo or something you would wear to dinner! If you have any doubts feel free to send us a text!

Warning: streets are cobblestone so I suggest to wear comfortable shoes as the streets are very wobbly!!

Are Kids Allowed? Estan invitados niños pequeños?

Due to the nature of our wedding celebration, we have decided to keep it an adult-only affair. We understand that this may be an inconvenience for those with children, and we apologize for any discomfort this may cause. Our goal is to create a sophisticated and intimate atmosphere for our guests to fully enjoy the occasion. Thank you for understanding and we hope you can still join us in celebrating this special day.

Aunque nos encantan tus pequeños, nuestro evento es para puros adultos para que todos ustedes tengan este tiempo para relajarse y disfrutar de la noche. Les agradecemos que hagan los preparativos con anticipación para que puedan celebrar con nosotros.

Can I Bring A Plus 1? Puedo Traer a un invitado?

You are only able to bring a plus 1 if it was specified that both you and an unnamed guest are invited to the wedding. If there's any confusion as to whether or not you're able to bring a plus 1, please feel free to reach out to Teffany and Zack directly!

Solamente puedes traer un invitado si esta mencionado en tu invitacion! Si tienen alguna pregunta o confusion porfavor no duden en preguntarle a Teffany o Zack directamente!

What If I Don't Know Spanish?

San Miguel de Allende is a very welcoming and English-friendly city. Many residents, especially in the tourist and expat communities, are bilingual and speak both Spanish and English. Additionally, many of the city's hotels, restaurants, and shops have English-speaking staff, making it easy for English speakers to communicate and get around. Tourist information is also widely available in English, and there are numerous English-language classes and activities available for those who want to learn or improve their Spanish. In general, visitors should not worry about not knowing Spanish, as they will still be able to fully enjoy their stay in San Miguel de Allende.

Is San Miguel de Allende Safe?

San Miguel de Allende is considered a safe city for tourists, with a low crime rate compared to other cities in Mexico. However, as with any foreign destination, it's important to exercise caution and take the necessary precautions to stay safe. This includes avoiding walking alone at night, being aware of your surroundings, and not displaying valuables in public. It's also recommended to use reputable taxis or transportation services (like any of the one we recommended), and to keep important documents and valuables secure. Overall, if you use common sense and follow general safety guidelines, you should have a safe and enjoyable visit to San Miguel de Allende.

Do I Need A Passport?

Yes, if you are a citizen of a country other than Mexico, you will need a valid passport to travel to San Miguel de Allende. A passport is required for all international travel and serves as proof of identity and citizenship. It is important to ensure that your passport is up-to-date and has enough validity to cover the duration of your trip before departing. Additionally, it's a good idea to make a photocopy of your passport and keep it in a separate location, in case your passport is lost or stolen during your travels.

How Can I Pay For Things?

We highly recommend to bring some cash (pesos)!! This is mostly used when shopping around smaller shops, transportation, and to tip! Majority of places that you'll visit (like restaurants) will accept any major debit or credit card! The current exchange rate is about $16-18 pesos for $1 USD.

What Will The Weather Be Like?

In San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, the weather in early October is usually mild and pleasant with average temperatures ranging from 56 to 82°F. This time of the year typically marks the transition from the rainy season to the dry season, so overall the weather is usually sunny and dry with low humidity. We recommend bringing some light layers because it gets chilly in the early morning and late night.


It is highly recommend that you drink bottled water only!!! (personally I brush my teeth with bottled water in Mexico- you can always ask your hotel for some!!)