At Villa del Palmar Cancun, we have a talented team headed by creative wedding planners to craft any number of romantic experiences to significantly mark your nuptials; and what a more significant way to celebrate your union than with a Mayan Bonding Ritual.
The Mayan Bonding Ritual at Villa del Palmar Cancun is an intimate ceremony that takes place either at the resort or within the sacred Mayan ruins located just 5 minutes from Villa del Palmar Cancun. The purpose of the ritual is for couples to consciously give thanks for their union in the presence of the four elements, the 4 cardinal directions, Mother Earth and the cosmos.
This ceremony is ideal for both honeymooners or those getting married at Villa del Palmar Cancun to add a deeper spiritual significance to their union that is in-keeping with the traditions of ancient Mexico. During the Mayan ceremony, you will experience a ritual cleansing before connecting with the four cardinal directions, the four elements and your hearts to give thanks for your union, offering flowers, fruits and seeds.
In addition to the sacred ritual that takes place, couples can discover the purpose of their union according to ancient Mayan wisdom, with an oracle reading. Taking into consideration your date of birth and the date of your marriage, our Mayan oracle expert will provide a reading that will reveal the lessons and the energy created by your union. The Mayan oracle reading is also available for couples getting married at Villa del Palmar Cancun who do not wish to have the Mayan Bonding Ritual performed. There are also other options as ideas for wedding favors. For example, you may wish to purchase a personal oracle reading for each of your guests as a unique wedding favor, presenting a scroll with their Mayan reading or even a painting of their Mayan glyph (like a zodiac sign).
For more information, fill out our wedding form to speak to one of our wedding planners directly. Ask about how you can add a special Mayan touch to your wedding at Villa del Palmar Cancun.
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