In the Mayan Ceremony, in accordance with ancient rituals, the groom will offer the bride a gift.
For this grand celebration of magic and mysticism, the bride and groom wear white in a ceremony that takes place in the midst of copal incense, flowers, and candles.
A few days before the ceremony, it is recommended that the couple undergo a purification of the negative influences from their past lives by taking part in a Temazcal bath, the gateway to a new, pure union.
During the ceremony the couple stands before the Mayan priest or priestess, who will call on the seven directions to accompany them in their celebration.
The ceremony ends with a traditional toast with balché, the ancient Mayan ceremonial beverage known for its purifying properties said to bring the imbiber in closer contact with sacredness.