For many people 12/21/2012 who are doomsday believers feel that the world is coming to an end because the Mayan calendar ends on 12/21/2012. All it means is that the calendar will start over again. You will not see another wedding date like 12/12/12 probably for another 100 years or so.
Couples can sign up on our official website, www.27.miraclesbyrosie.com or call us today at 407-905-5454. This is a wedding for our outside of the box bride. Now we only have room for 11 couples, the winner of the free wedding was already selected. The weddings will receive media coverage, magazine and newspaper coverage, because of the uniquemess of the wedding on 12/12/12.
27 Miracles is working with the Mayan tourism planner Lara in Belize to help plan a wedding in Belize. Here are some of the details for you to take advantage of this:
As stated by Lara Goldman of Belize, in her own words:
“On Dec. 12, an estimated 12 couples and more than 200 of their close friends and family will take part in a special “Mayan Marriage of Many” wedding celebration to be performed on an ancient Mayan Temple at the 3,200-year-old Mayan City of Cahal Pech.
“It’s beautiful and not many people know it’s the only place where you can get married on Mayan ruins,” said Goldman. The English-speaking country also boasts the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere. “Belize is very distinct and nothing like its Central American neighbors. It’s amazingly diverse and, for this event, we are bringing together all cultural aspects.”
Bridal parties will arrive on Dec. 9 for a five-day experience. From the moment the guests get off the plane they will be immersed in Mayan culture. Native dancers will welcome the group (each couple will be able to invite six or more of their closest loved ones to the wedding celebration, from Dec. 9 to Dec. 13), which will then head to a cocktail reception. From there, they can take in Belize in a number of ways ranging from zip-lining, Mayan massage, medicine trails , cave tubing, and exploring ancient caves.
On the wedding day, a priest and a minister will be on site to administer the marriage ceremony. Brides and grooms will line up all at once among the ancient Mayan temple, draped with watermelon-colored silk fabrics, and adorned with silk pillows decorated with fire elements. There will be music and dancing with a catered reception fit for a Mayan princess.
“It will be the biggest event that the country has had,” said Goldman. “It’s like our Olympics. We are pulling out every stop.”
On hand will be Dr. Jaime Awe of the National Institute of Culture and History, who will help make sure the event preserves the ancient Mayan cities during the festivities. An expert on Mayan archeology, he has designed the excavation process.
Following the wedding, the newlyweds will embark on a honeymoon dubbed a “mini-moon.” For five nights, the bride and groom will be transported to San Pedro (who’s singing Madonna’s “La Isla Bonita” right now?).
As an added bonus, designer Chris Kole of Long Island’s The Cotton Bride is creating a Mayan-inspired wedding gown which will be for sale on the website. One gown will be given to a lucky winner.
Goldman says the wedding is a first-come, first-served sign-up with an average price tag of $14,000—a steal for the 10-day vacation and wedding for eight.”