Category Archives: All venues

Xcaret wedding videography, Julia + Sergey.

From Moscow Russia, Julia & Sergey arrived to Xcaret at Playa del Carmen Mexico to celebrate their wedding. We had a sunny and fresh day to begin with a shooting all along Xcaret. We visited the San Agustin church, the Mayan ruins, the aviary and so many others extraordinary places that represented Xcaret.
At the end we arrived to a private beach where everything was ready, the Groom and Bride already amazed with the place´s beauty get prepared to say “Yes, I do” next to the Caribbean sea shore in the Riviera Maya.
An Unforgettable experience for an unique couple that crossed the world to certify their love in a different place!

Photography by: Marina Pochepkina
Wedding Planner: Weddings Riviera Maya

Moon Palace Cancun, Jewish wedding videography.

Moon Palace Cancun wedding videography from Indigo Wedding on Vimeo.

Jaz & Matten´s wedding day in Moon Palace resort Cancun. The Ceremony was on the beach with an incredible good energy, cocktail & reception close to the pool area with many details as fire show and belly dance. I have to say that it was a great event in a magical place for magical people. Many thanks to all of you to be very kinds and for share this amazing day with us!

El pez- Tulum boutique hotel, Sing & Kevin.

El Pez is an awesome boutique hotel located on the Tulum´s coastline, with a perfect day I covered the Sing & Kevin´s wedding.
Once again all the details were provided by Luisa and Gelena from Weddings Riviera Maya.
Here is the video Trailer I Hope you like it!

El Pez es un estupendo hotel boutique sobre la linea costera de Tulum, con un día perfecto fui a cubrir la boda de Sing & Kevin.
Una vez mas todos los detalles estuvieron a cargo de Luisa y Gelena de Weddings Riviera Maya.
Aquí esta el video trailer, espero que lo disfruten!

Wedding Planner: Weddings Riviera Maya

Xpu-Ha Beach wedding, Kate & Dmitrij

Kate & Dmitrij from Russia took the option to celebrate they private wedding at “La Playa” beach club in the awesome beach in Xpu-ha, Riviera Maya. Once again congratulations for your special day!!

Kate & Dmitrij, ambos de rusia, elijieron como opción festejar su Boda privada en “La Playa” beach club en la hermosa playa de Xpu-Ha en la Riviera Maya. Una vez mas, felicitaciones por su día especial!!

Photography by: Marina Pochepkina
Wedding Planner: Weddings Riviera Maya

Mayan Ceremony

 

Mayan Ceremony

There are now various ceremonies that can be performed by a Mayan shaman, among them we find the Mayan Wedding is a ceremony full of symbols.At an altar on the beach, place 4 jicaras, representing the 4 cardinal point. The jicaras are made ​​of old containers of dried gourd shell, inside  these containers it is  served the Balche, sacred drink made ​​from tree bark and honey Melipona (bee Maya). There will also be placed the offerings like rice, beans, corn and fruit, which the bride and groom then exchange for votes: the groom will give corn to the woman that symbolizes the beginning of life and livelihood of the family, and the cocoa seeds meaning wealth and care that will love and marriage, while the bride will give tortillas and cocoa powder.All present people at the ceremony will be involved in this activity making a circle around the couple, then throwing flowers, singing, reading poems and messages. The ceremony lasts approximately 30 minutes and through songs, shells, flutes, rattles and drums, fills the air of a mystical aura.Essentially we honor Mother Earth, the 4 winds and energies in the center of the hearts.The Maya wedding has no legal support but is done to unite the couple through an exchange of vows and rituals in a ceremony like no other.

Existen en la actualidad distintas ceremonias que pueden ser realizadas por un Chaman Maya, entre ellas encontramos la Boda Maya que es una ceremonia llena de simbologías.En un altar en la playa, se colocaran 4 jícaras representando los 4 puntos cardinales. Las jícaras son recipientes antiguos hechos de cáscara de calabaza seca, en estos recipientes se sirve el Balche, bebida sagrada hecha de corteza de árbol y miel de abeja Melipona (abeja Maya).Se colocaran, además, las ofrendas presentadas ,arroz, frijoles, maíz y fruta, que posteriormente los novios se intercambiaran como votos: el novio entregará a la mujer el maíz que simboliza el comienzo de la vida y el sustento de la familia y las semillas de cacao significando la riqueza y el cuidado que se pondrá en el amor y unión, mientras la novia le dará tortillas y polvo de cacao.Todos los presentes en la ceremonia participan activamente en ella haciendo un círculo alrededor de la pareja, luego arrojándoles flores, cantando, ofreciéndoles poemas y mensajes. La ceremonia dura aproximadamente 30 minutos y a través de cantos, caracoles, flautas, sonajas y tambores, se envuelve el ambiente de un aura mística.Esencialmente se honra a la madre tierra, a los 4 vientos y a las energías en el centro de los mismos corazones.La boda Maya no tiene carácter legal sino que se realiza para unir a los novios a través de un intercambio de votos y ritos en una ceremonia sin igual.