Why not get married somewhere unusual?
Are you engaged, or think you could possibly get engaged in the future? And does the thought of a church wedding make you cringe?
Let’s face it, weddings aren’t known for being all that adventurous. But it’s possible to do something which has your guests talking about the day for years to come, as well as giving you a great story to tell your kids.
For me, the idea of a big white wedding makes me gag. I’ve always known that if I get married it won’t be the typical wedding.
If I wasn’t claustrophobic I would get married in a cave (that’s one way to avoid uncertainty with the weather), as the photos would be amazing, and the unique rock formations would be a great talking point for guests.
I’m not scared of heights though, so cliff hanging could be an excellent way to say those vows, and along with incredible views, the wedding photos would be pretty cool!
If you’re an experienced mountain climber, why not get married at the top of Mount Everest? Of course this isn’t a good plan for those who have never been climbing before, and you’d be pretty limited when it comes to guests, but you’ll have amazing views of the Himalayas during your ten minute ceremony.
I’m terrified of bugs and snakes, but if I could be guaranteed that none would creep down my back, I would definitely consider getting married in the Amazon rainforest. When it comes to wildlife, there aren’t many places which can beat the Amazon, and you’ll probably find that your guests feel the same way.
One place I have always wanted to visit is Bran Castle in Romania, which is where Vlad the Impaler once lived. Everyone knows that Vlad was the inspiration for Dracula, and if you’re a fan of horror movies (I’m not), this could be a great place to get married, especially since the castle has been restored. Fifty guests can stay at the castle, which is sure to be a great mix of creepy and interesting.
Another good option for those who like to be scared is the tower of terror. Rent the whole ride for the day, and do the ceremony in the courtyard.
If both of you love marine life (and sharks in particular), getting married in a shark aquarium would be an unusual but awesome idea. If you’re a bit adventurous, why not get married in a shark cage underwater? You’ll just have to make a thumbs up sign when it comes to the “I do” part.
Skydiving. Yup, you read that right. This is right up my alley, and I can think of no better way to get married than in the air. The ceremony itself is performed in the plane, and then you can jump out of a plane together in celebration.
Another good option is a zero-gravity plane, so you can pretend you’re in space and get married while being completely weightless.
Or for something a little hotter, why not get married at a volcano? The Hawaii Volcanoes National Park has a wedding venue which overlooks the most active volcano on earth. Sounds great!
Look at the infographic below to know more: