On this day, we start very early in the morning at 7:00 am when we pick you from your hotel, then we go to the Sacred Valley of the Incas, or it can also be in QUILLARUMIYOC which is a place of great power and energy, depending on the place that the bride and groom like. Then we go in our private transport to the chosen place where we will start the conjugal union of the man and the woman before the Andean gods, the sun, the moon, the stars, the mother earth, the wind, water and fire. They will be our witnesses for the union. We will start taking the VOLCANIC WATER, we will have an approximate time of 1 hour and 30 minutes, in order to finish with the detoxification process of our body.
Then we will have the COCA READING ceremony, to know the things we want to know and have a full marriage. We go to perform a CLEANING OF NEGATIVE ENERGY, for the couple and that in their life there is no bad energy. Then we will have OFFERING TO THE PACHAMAMA AND BATH OF FLOWERING, gratitude to Mother Earth for all that she gave us and we attract good energy to the couple getting married. Then we will start our main ceremony where the Andean priest will unite the couple until the end of their days, closing the link with a ring between both, we will have the snack and drink (chicha de jora) in honor for the union of both, We will celebrate with typical, Andean music with our guests and sponsors.
The ceremony is complemented with a series of activities to confirm the union before the eyes of our Andean Gods, which can be:
CHURACUY RING (Rings Setting): The rings should be silver or gold, it does not matter if it is only plated, so each one of those metals has its meaning that will be revealed in the agency.
SUCHI TIYRAY (Gift Exchange): In this case, there is a series of exchanges of garments (present) that are made mutually between men and women. The type of product to be exchanged will be explained to the couple, since each product will have a special meaning that only you will know at the time of the ceremony.
T’INKAY (Brindis de Honor): This ceremony is performed with a toast of Andean drinks that will serve to strengthen the marital union.
- Mineral water.
- Photographic camera.
- Toilet paper for personal use.
- Slippers, comfortable clothes.
- Rain poncho according to the weather station.
- Additional presences.
Participants in the ceremonies can take photos and record, so avoid disrupting the ceremony and do so in complete silence, since the ceremony requires a certain degree of agreement between the participants and concentration by the Andean Priest.
At the ceremony, it is necessary to exchange clothes (present) that will be mentioned in the agency, so that the ceremony is stronger, as well as the products that will be brought to the Offering Ceremony, what makes the person or partner is more identified with the Offering Ceremony. All services that are not included, can be provided and will have an additional cost to the price of the package.