10 Crazy and Coolest Places to Get Married


Weddings are a memorable affair, not only for the couple but also for their guests. Well, replace your traditional wedding celebrations with something that will be totally crazy and out-of-the box. Whether you want a lavish affair or a simple one, there are whacky ideas for each and every one of you. So, you can either get married on top of a mountain or bungee jump your way into the new life after your pheras! And, if your imagination still falls short, then get inspired by some crazy wedding ideas below.
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Underwater wedding

Everything is serene and blue, a school of fish just passed by and you look deep into your spouse’s eyes under the sea. Sounds beautiful, right? An underwater wedding will not only be something out of the box but you will remember that amazing day for the rest of your life. Just make sure that you and your partner are thorough with your scuba-diving lessons.

 

Image Courtesy: Kaufik Anril Photography and Dean Sanderson Photography 

Rappelling wedding

Take your vows as you rappel down a scenic mountain or your favourite monument. If you have a Christian wedding, then we are sure your priest will be sporting enough as well to read out the vows as the three of you rappel!

 

Image Courtesy: Wason Wanichakorn Photography 

Hot air balloon wedding

Floating in the sky in a gigantic colourful hot air balloon is one of the best ways to get married. Don’t you agree? Well, try it out. Take your wedding wows up in the air. Or, if you are getting married in Hindu ceremony, then you can surprise your guests by making a surprise exit from the venue in a hot air balloon, instead of a doli or a car.

 

Image Courtesy: ushotairballoon.com and Brinton Studios

Roller skating wedding

Did you love to put on your skates and whiz around as a kid? Then why not slip on a pair of roller skates, instead of boring sandals. You can also host your wedding in a skating rink. You and your beloved can take some practice lessons to ensure that you don’t slip and fall. What more; you can even take your pheras with the skates on or make a stylish entry on roller skates.

 

Image Courtesy: Chris Noble Photography and dlweddings Photos

Zero gravity wedding

Imagine floating in the air, feeling weightless and light holding the hands of your spouse. Romantic isn’t it? Well, you can now translate this little dream into reality by hosting a zero gravity wedding. This wedding can be a little difficult and expensive to pull off; but if you manage to do it then you can boast of hosting the first zero gravity wedding in India!

 

Image Courtesy: gozerog.com

Bungee jumping wedding

Perfect for adventure freaks; a bungee jumping wedding is exciting, fun and most importantly, unique! You and your spouse can take your vows holding your hands watching the world upside down. Well, if you have a traditional Hindu wedding ceremony, then you can take a leap of faith after the panditji completes all the rituals. Truly a wonderful way to celebrate your union, we say!

 

Image Courtesy: eventsinsky.com

Twitter wedding

If you are addicted to your social networking account, then why not go for a Twitter wedding? The bride and groom can write their seven vows of marriage in 140 characters or less. And, your panditji can also tweet the mantras! Even your guests can send in their blessings through twitter only.

 

 

Image Courtesy: worldbulletin.net and twitter.com

Mountain top wedding

This is taking excitement to an all new level! If you are an adventure junkie, then climb a rock or a mountain top with your beloved, and near and dear ones. Or if you want your wedding to be really lavish, fly in your guests in a helicopter. While you and your sweetheart can experience the adrenaline rush of climbing a mountain together. Just make sure that if you are planning to have the holy fire on the mountain top then the wind works in your favour, at least till the time you complete your pheras.

Image Courtesy: John Ewing Photography and Dana Romanoff Photography 

Glacier wedding

This is a destination wedding in the true sense of the word! You can travel to the other end of the world and get married on top of a stunning glacier. Just make sure that you are set on the warmers, because this one will be a chilly affair for sure.

 

Image Courtesy: Diane Pearson Photography 

Jet pack wedding

As soon as your panditji says, "yeh vivah sampan hua"; Walk on water and rocket your way to a happy married life. Well, if you are thinking it is a metaphor, then you are wrong! You can do this, literally. Both of you can stand on the opposite ends and come together using your amazing jetpacks. The groom can hold out the mangalsutra to tie around the bride’s neck or they can end it with the ceremonial kiss, when they come together.

 

Image Courtesy: Lenny Ignelzi Photography

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