Luxor, Egypt, August 05, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The Pharaonic Wedding Festival will recreate the grandeur of the weddings suitable for kings and queens complete with ornate costumes and elaborate rituals. Forty couples will be lucky enough to get married in true Egyptian style and on the day will be part of a number of sacred ceremonies.
The priests conducting the ceremonies will perform the ancient rituals that were carried out to appease the various gods and ask for their blessing. Visitors can see the detail and work that goes into these sacred acts as well as the wild entertainment that surrounds each wedding.
There will be plenty of over the top displays of Egyptian folk dances accompanied by live music and vibrant sound and light shows. Wedding guests will also get to enjoy the sumptuous banquets that are prepared afterwards.
All the weddings take place between 15th and 20th October 2011 and are conducted in the temple of Karnak to go back to the original venue that would have been used by royalty.
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will be much busier with wedding guests and visitors that come to watch the elaborate ceremonies. To be sure of having accommodation for the event people should make a booking online first to avoid any complications later.”
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