Queen and King of the Night at Ex Convento San Hipolito

In Bridal by Ali Madrazo

Who does not dream of being the star of a wedding that seems like it came out of an old movie? This and more is possible at the Ex Convento de San Hipolito, a historical sixteenth-century monument in the downtown area of Mexico City. The spectacular building was declared by the National Institute of Anthropology and History as a Colonial Monument, and today it concludes a stage of restoration and conservation, positioning it as one of the most beautiful buildings of Mexican architecture. It has several spaces for the different wedding events, such as the ceremony, cocktail party and the reception. If you are thinking of having a religious ceremony, please don’t worry; you will be more than thrilled to find multiple ancient and beautiful churches located around the property. As the pictures show, the beauty of the place combined with the work of some of the best event decorators in Mexico results in a splendid, sophisticated and luxurious wedding. Some of the services included when hiring the Ex Convento de San Hipolito are: tent for the central courtyard, guest bathrooms, service bathrooms, private assistant for the event, facade lighting, red or blue carpet for the main entrance, scaffold around the fountain, service and maintenance personnel, valet parking WiFi network and many more. It is recommended that the minimum attendance is 250 people because it is a very large place, but if you’re considering an enormous wedding then you can have up to 1,200 guests. After all this description the only thing missing for the story to be complete is a stunning dress and we are sure that your fiancé will be fascinated when he sees you.

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