An Andean wedding is a commitment ritual shared to unify a couple with Pachamama, the Earth Mother who is worshipped and given thanks by the Andean people. Our Andean Wedding offers thanks to Pachamama and asks her to watch over and care for the couple so that they may live in happiness and abundance. This ceremony still forms part of the living tradition of the Andes. This wedding is not only for indigenous Andeans; all couples, even those already married, are invited to participate in this ceremony and newly unify or re-affirm their marriages with this ancient Andean ceremony.
Two authentic Andean shamans (one male and one female) to officiate the ceremony.
Offering to Mother Earth.
Traditional clothing for the couple to use during the wedding ceremony if desired.
Translator from Quechua to English or Spanish.
A special gift representing the union of the couple.
A bottle of champagne to celebrate the union.
A special place for the ceremony with seats and awning for the guests.
Andean wedding is a commitment ritual shared to unify the couple with the Pachamama. However, it is not only for the Andean people, all couples, even those already married are invited to participate in this ceremony. Pachamama (Mother Earth) is worshiped by the Andean people and is the deity which they give thanks to.