The couple then partakes in sharing water, fruit, sweet chocolate and bitter chocolate. Praying that in your life and on your path, you can share everything together in abundance, in times of health and illness, in good times and in bad times, so that you can share together the sweet moments and the bitter ones.
These movements are accompanied by incense and the aromatic smoke of the copal, with ceremonial songs and the heart beat of the drum in the background.
They receive the blessings of the four elementals: Earth, Water, Wind and Fire.
Prayers are made for the bride and groom to receive all the love, strength, health, understanding, abundance and creativity in their relationship and their journey together.
Then the couple, looking into each other's eyes and speaking from the heart, will make their vows of love and commitment. At this moment they give each other the rings.
Family members and godparents can express themselves at this time at the request of the couple, to give the couple their advice and good wishes.
In the presence of the spiritual guardians, Heaven and Earth, Mother and Father, Ometeotl the grand creator, the two declare themselves husband and wife, partner and companion.
The groom can then kiss the bride.