So, you are heading to Mexico for your destination wedding! Congratulations and this feature is all about a couple of words and phrases to help you when you get there. If you have been to Mexico, you will know that certain phrases will come up while you are there. You will love it! What’s, even more, fun is when you understand the language and can even respond. The best part is that you can refer to this blog while you are there in case you forget. So, let’s start with Spanish Phrases to Learn for you Destination Wedding!
Hello – Hola
Goodbye – Adiós
How are you? – ¿Cómo está usted?
I am fine – Estoy bien
Yes – Si
No – No
Good morning. – Buenos días.
Good afternoon. – Buenas tardes.
Nice to meet you. – Mucho gusto.
Good evening. – Buenas noches.
See you later. – Hasta luego.
You’re Welcome Here – Eres bienvenida aquí
I missed you – Te echaba de menos
This is my family – Esta es mi familia
Don’t Forget to be Polite!
Excuse me. – Con permiso. OR Perdóname
Please. – Por favor.
Thank you. – Gracías.
I’m sorry. – Lo siento.
Bless you. – Salud.
You are welcome (it was nothing). – De nada.
How much does it cost? – ¿Cuánto cuesta?
How many are there? – ¿Cuántos hay?
What time is it? – ¿Qué hora es?
Where is the bathroom? – ¿Dónde está el baño?
What’s your favourite restaurant? – ¿Cuál es tu restaurante favorito?
Where is the pool? – ¿Dónde está la piscina?
I do – Sí, acepto.
I love you – Te amo
Let’s get married – Vamos a casarnos
I can’t wait to marry you – No puedo esperar para casarme contigo
Can I have this dance? – ¿Puedo tener esta danza?
Well, there you have it! Some common Spanish phrases to learn for your destination wedding! If you think that we missed any or got any of them wrong, let us know in the comments. Also, if you liked this idea, we can continue with different phrases! Learning new languages is an excellent way of getting emersed in the culture. When you travel to Mexico, getting to know the locals and talking with a staff is an essential part of your destination wedding. Notably, a destination wedding allows you to claim your love in a different country, a respectful way to be part of the culture is doing the research about the people. You can start with the language, and I guarantee, you will love it!
Paige MooreDirector of Communications for Liz Moore Destination Weddings. She enjoys writing about all things wedding, travel, and fashion. Notably, she has a BA in Communications and currently located in Sydney, Australia.