Riviera Maya Photo of the Day – Renewing vows

Posted February 25, 2014 by Kay Walten in Destination Weddings,Riviera Maya Photos

mayan wedding ceremonies in the mayan riviera

Mayan ceremonies are perfect for renewing your vows. You did the extravagant celebration when you got married, now you can have a quiet, simple re-dedication to one another while vacationing in the naturally beautiful Riviera Maya. Enjoy an intimate ceremony based on local Mayan customs and beliefs that the marital bonds of a couple is also recognized and honored by the natural world.

Find a cozy bungalow for your “keep it simple” vow renewal vacation.

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