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Mariah Carey shuts down Disneyland to celebrate wedding anniversary

Singer renews vows in elaborate style in California

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Mariah Carey and husband Nick Cannon renewed their wedding vows at Disneyland in California this week, closing the tourist attraction down to celebrate their sixth wedding anniversary.

Dressed as Cinderella for the occasion, Carey held the private 'Do you believe in fantasies?'-themed bash to celebrate her and her husband's nuptials as well as the second birthday of their two children, Monroe and Moroccan, who came dressed in the same outfits as their parents. Tweeting before the ceremony, Carey wrote: "On our way to renew our vows. I love you @Nick Cannon."

The LA Times reports that the Fantasy Faire area of Disneyland was closed to the public with Mickey Mouse joining 150 guests invited by Carey and Canon. At one point Carey and daughter Monroe travelled by horse-drawn crystal carriage from the Dream Suite near the Pirates of the Caribbean to Main Street where Cannon and Moroccan were waiting for them. Fireworks went off as the couple walked towards the Sleeping Beauty's Castle. Major Domo, the Royal Footman from Cinderella, acted as host of the ceremony while Cannon later DJ-ed for guests.

Mariah Carey documented aspects of the ceremony on her Vine feed, scroll down to see the footage from the lavish event now.



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