Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon have renewed their wedding vows after five years of marriage.

The 43-year-old singer and American Idol judge and Cannon, the 32-year-old host of America's Got Talent, renewed their vows during a ceremony in front of about 250 guests at Disneyland on Tuesday, Entertainment Tonight reported.

In addition, the couple reportedly threw a prince and princess-themed birthday party for their two-year-old twins, son Moroccan Scott and daughter Monroe, in the park prior to the special event. 

"Happy 5th (!!!!!!) Anniversary to the Best Husband in All The Land & 2 years ago pon de delivery room=luckiest Mommy in The WORLD!" Carey tweeted yesterday.

Carey wore a bridal gown fit for a princess and, with Monroe, was picked up in a horse-drawn crystal carriage and taken to Main Street, where they were met by Cannon and Moroccan for the outdoor ceremony in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle, according to ET.

The family walked down the aisle together and then the twins reportedly witnessed the renewal of vows -- which were themed, "Do you believe in fairytales?" -- from the front row. 

The ceremony was reportedly followed by a fireworks display and lavish reception complete with 10,000 crystals and 15,000 flowers imported from Holland, South Africa and France. The park was apparently closed to the public, allowing the couple's guests to privately enjoy the rides.

According to ET, Carey and Cannon, who wed in April 2008 and welcomed their twins in April 2011, renew their vows every year as a way to celebrate their anniversary. The pair reportedly chose the Eiffel Tower in Paris as the location for the occasion last year.