Most girls dream of having a big fat wedding and plan it all right from childhood. That is talking about normal little girls; there are others who are a bit twisted and like to do things differently and never-before-done ways. If you are one of those people who like to stand out from the usual chapel wedding crowd, then read on…
1. A marriage made without gravity
Erin Finnegan and Noah Fulmor got married in a specialized Boeing 727 aircraft flying over the Gulf of Mexico, that made the Bride, Groom & and the wedding minister were totally floating inside the aircraft!
2. The McDonald's wedding!
Mexicans Marisela Matienzo and Carlos Munoz got married at a suburban McDonald's at San Pedro Garza. Wish we there for the tasty Big Mac!
3. The frozen wedding!
Japanese, Akemi Kito and Hiroshi Matsuoka were wedded at the Ice Village of Lake Shikaribetsu, Japan. That's taking their love for Disney Frozen to a whole new level.
4. A marriage pulled out of the future
This one's for the tech aficionados! A humanoid robot officiated the wedding, that, ahem… which was for some reason wearing only a floral turban, named "I-Fairy." The couples are Tomohiro Shibata and Satoko Inoue from Tokyo!
5. A watery wedding with the fishes!
At the Ruins Lagoon of Atlantis, Pacific Islands, Bahamas, get married underwater, officiated by an ordained minister-scuba diver. You will have your wedding performed inside the 2.7 million-gallon lagoon amidst more than 20,000 fish in the fictional city of Atlantis.
6. In the fires of a volcano!
Iceland's Þríhnúkagigur Volcano can be your wedding location, provided that you are willing to stand by a volcano (dormant of course)! After descending 400 feet though an elevator, couples can recite their vows and even have a private dinner with friends and family at the Magma Chamber! Sounds cool enough?
7. In the middle of turquoise blue ocean waters
At the Musha Cay resort in the Bahamas, couples can say their vows right in the middle of the sapphire-blue waters of the North Atlantic ocean! The 3-mile sandbar can accommodate a maximum of 24 people and marriages can be performed only during the low tide.
8. Adrenaline filled wedlock
At Liuzhou, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in China one can hang from a cliff while taking their vows. Definitely not for the faint hearted! Fang Jing & her husband got married this way. If you're unhappy, you are just one rope away from ending it!
9. Get Married on a Glacier
At Alaska, you can get married on a glacier, a huge chunk of ice that is slowly moving! A helicopter rides to a glacier where the ice is around 2,500 feet deep, and while riding over the gigantic mountains, you can even spot certain wildlife!