When Mimi and Nick Cannon got married 5 years ago, I thought that their marriage would barely last 5 days or until the fairy dust they snorted before the ceremony wore off. My ass was way wrong, because 4 vow renewal ceremonies later, and here they are renewing their vows for the 5th time in a ceremony straight out of a 2nd grader’s story titled “Wut i Want Mi Wedingz 2 Luk Like.”
Since Mimi is a 12-year-old trapped in the body of an adult Wuzzle and her Hello Kitty Visa card has no limit on it, she renewed her vows in an over-the-top princess-themed ceremony at Disneyland in California last night. Mimi live-tweeted and live-Vined the glittery gayest vow renewal ceremony in history and she also invited Entertainment Tonight’s resident Barbie robot Nancy O’Dell.
Yesterday was also #DemBabies’ second birthday, so Mimi and Nick threw a party for them before they said “I doo doo” again in front of Sleeping Beauty’s Castle. Here’s a few of the rhinestone-embedded details from ET:
Carey slipped into a princess-inspired bridal gown for the event at the well-appointed Dream Suite, tucked away above the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction. From the suite, Mariah and Monroe were picked up in a horse-drawn Crystal Carriage that took them to Main Street, where they were greeted by Nick and Moroccan. They walked down the aisle as a family to Sleeping Beauty Castle, which served as the backdrop for the outdoor ceremony.
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.
At the end of the evening, Major Domo escorted guests back through the castle where the Crystal Carriage met the couple to return them to the Dream Suite.
They left out the part where Mimi stood under a hologram rainbow, bent over, pulled up her gown up and farted out a bunch of doves dressed like the Disney princesses.
Sometimes renewing your vows every year in a lavish ceremony eventually leads to you breaking your vows in a divorce ceremony (see: Heidi and Seal), but I still applaud Mimi for single-handedly keeping the wedding and imported South African bloom industries alive!