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Shinto wedding ceremony Fernando & Juri

The most popular tradition during the Shinto style wedding is the exchange of nuptial cup, also known as  SAN SAN KU DO, San means 3 and  KU means 9, so i means 3,3 and nine. The bride and groom drinks sake  3 times  each, form 3 different-sized sake cups, this cups are called SAKASUZI, with the exchange of cups they´re

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Sand Ceremony Cancun

With a beautiful family sand ceremony, Jasson and Cathy celebrated their special wedding, and they  are blessed not only with finding love with each other but also blessed with six beautiful children in their new blended family; Cameron, Olivia, Nichole, Melissa David and Jessica!  Happiness, love and laugher abound in our home.    Partnership is key for Jasson and Cathy–two strong people

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Tulum Wedding Ceremony

Symbolic Ceremony at Tulum There are many Maya civilization sites on the Yucatan area, but none has a more beautiful  location than Tulum . Tulum was one of the last of the Maya civilization cities and appears to have peaked during the 13th & 15th centuries, even lasting several decades after Spanish occupation of the region. A symbolic ceremony at Tulum will

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Lazo Ceremony

This symbolic ritual is believed to have originated from the Aztecs dating back to the 14th or 15th century. The Lazo Ceremony (Cord Ceremony)  As part of the ceremony to symbolize unity, a large loop of rosary beads is placed in a figure eight shape around the necks of the couple. The symbolism of the lazo is to show the

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