Media mogul Nick Cannon, 32, and R&B Diva Mariah Carey-Cannon, 43, "exclusively invited ET's Nancy O'Dell to celebrate the renewal of their vows Tuesday on their 5th wedding anniversary at a lavish private ceremony at Disneyland." Mariah and Nick also celebrated the 2nd birthdays of their twin toddlers, son Moroccan Scott and daughter Monroe. The photo above is from the intimate celebration which took place outside the Sleeping Beauty Castle.
The Cannons stayed in the luxuriously appointed Dream Suite above the Pirates of the Caribbean Disney attraction.
Mariah wore a princess-inspired bridal gown and Cannon and his son were smartly dressed in matching Michael Jackson-inspired white jackets with gold gilded epaulets on the shoulders.
From ET Online:
The twins sat in the front row to witness the vow renewals which were themed, "Do you believe in fairy tales?" Immediately after the ceremony, there was a burst of fireworks, a surprise for Carey.
The Royal Footman from Cinderella, Major Domo, served as Master of Ceremonies for the evening and escorted the approximately 250 guests to Fantasyland for a champagne toast and reception DJ'd by Cannon. The space was adorned with 15,000 blooms imported from South Africa, Holland and France, and 10,000 crystals. Guests were able to take advantage of the park being closed to the public and ride the famous Matterhorn Bobsleds, the King Arthur Carousel and peruse the Peter Pan and Snow White attractions.
Some married couples renew their wedding vows in an effort to inject that special something back into their marriage. That "something" is Dopamine, the brain chemical that attracted them to each other in the first place. The chemical usually wanes about a year into a marriage. Naturally, couples believe the diminishing dopamine means the "love" is gone from their marriage. But that couldn't be further from the truth. Real Love survives the test of time.
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