As the calendar moves ever closer to October, happy couples are contemplating exchanging vows on one of the most desired “I do” dates of the decade– 10/10/10. As the number 1 symbolizes the start of all and 0 is a numerical representation of eternity according to the Chinese culture and Kabala religion, and the 10 completes the essential numbers, what better date to pledge your devotion to the one who completes you.
One lucky couple can tie the knot on 10/10/10 at Hacienda Xcanatun, a romantic retreat in Mexico’s Yucatan. Priced at $18,000 USD, the 10*10*10 Lucky Wedding Fantasy includes:
- A three-night stay and breakfast for the bridal couple, plus 34 friends and family members.
- All taxes and hotel service charges (excluding restaurant gratuities.)
- Floral finery for the wedding ceremony.
- Use of the restaurant dining terrace, the 40-seat private dining room, or the 80-seat main dining room for the bridal feast.
- Personalized candles, centerpieces and table settings, reflecting the theme of the wedding.
- A three-course wedding banquet of Continental, fusion Yucatecan or Caribbean delicacies.
- A multi-tiered wedding cake in the couple’s favorite flavor.
- 10 bottles of French sparkling wine for the wedding toast.
- A bouquet of 10 roses and a box of 10 dark Maya chocolates (considered an aphrodisiac) for the bridal suite.
Additional nights can be added to this special for early arrival or late departure at a reduced rate.
Couples exchanging vows have a variety of on-site venues from which to choose, including a restored family chapel, the chapel terrace, the dining terrace or among the botanical beauties of the hacienda’s garden.
During the wedding weekend, the bridal party can enjoy transcendental treatments at the hacienda’s holistic spa, dive into two swimming pools nestled in the gardens, and savor cuisine created at Xcanatun’s restaurant, which is ranked among the top 50 in Mexico. Off-site activities are also plentiful, with a world-class Jack Nicklaus Signature El Jaguar golf course five minutes away, while adventurous patrons can explore the land’s past in private excursions to Maya archaeological cities.
For more information:
- call toll-free from the USA or Canada: 1-888-883-3633; or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- visit www.xcanatun.com
Logo courtesy Hacienda Xcanatun