Cenote El Buho Destination Wedding Photography Tulum | Jazmen + Omar
The Prehispanic ceremony is based on the idea that the musicians contact the spirit world to ask for a blessing from the four elements (earth, wind, water, and fire) in a sacred cenote. Concheros are people who have dedicated their lives to a tradition, and use instruments, meditation, and other practices to connect with the spirit world. We are impressed, moved, and excited to have met this particular family of Concheros who traveled from the central of Mexico. The entire family is part of the tradition. From grandpa to grandson, no one is left out. The eldest guides the ceremony while the females are in responsible for taking care of the fire and copal. The younger men provide enchanting music throughout the ceremony, and the energy is palpable and empowering. Upon completion of the ceremony, the family celebrates the couple with a PreHispanic dance where they are bathed in flower petals. This is without a doubt one of the most spiritual types of rituals you can find in the Riviera Maya. If you are considering a more intimate wedding, and elopement, or something unique and spiritual for you and your partner, contact us to help you make your wedding even more powerful and sacred.
Venue: Cenote El Buho
Wedding Venue: Cenote El Buho
Prehispanic Music : Ancestral Mexico