The couple who decided to get married with no clothes in front of 250 guests
The couple who got married on a Bung-jump platform –
and obviously jumped after saying yes
But the ultimate thrill-seekers' wedding doesn't have to end there – once the wedding party have all been lowered back to earth, guests can head skywards again – for a floating reception. Wedding guests are wowed with a three-course wedding breakfast – all while strapped in to the dining chairs. The cost for such a spectacular ceremony? Around £25,000.
The Chinese bride who wore a 200m-long dress to set a World record
The couple who got married at T.J. Maxx
The groom who decorated his wedding with 99,999 roses to surprise his bride
The woman who married her dead fiancé in the morgue
Despite her unbearable pain, Michelle organised a "wedding" in the morgue of Oxford's John Radcliffe Hospital, where Kevin lay dead. The touching ceremony - witnessed by close family and friends - was conducted by the hospital's Catholic priest who administered the last rites to Kevin. In front of an open coffin, the priest blessed the wedding rings that Michelle had bought specially for the service. Their two children, James, now five, and Megan, now four, went to their daddy's funeral wearing the clothes they would have worn to their parents' wedding. The priest asked Michelle if she would have taken Kevin to be her "lawful wedded husband" and she replied "I do." Kevin's dad Paddy placed a ring on Michelle's finger and a ring was placed on Kevin's finger as he lay in the coffin.
The couple who got married inside a shark tank
The Russian couple who decided to get married while bicycling
The bride who had 110 bridesmaids and set a World Record
Now that you've recovered from the delightful shock of your engagement, take a deep breath, grab a notebook and your address book, and then let the countdown to the Big Day begin! Planning a wedding isn't easy, but with organization, time, focus and vision, you can plan the wedding of your dreams.
#1. Envision your wedding from beginning to end. Where and when have you dreamed the wedding would take place? How formal would you like the event to be? What will the wedding party wear? What kind of food would you like to serve?
# 2. Pick a date.
# 3. Set a budget--one that is functional and provides for some flexibility. Here is where you must combine fantasy with practicality.
# 4. Ask friends and family to recommend a reputable jeweler. Order your engagement and/or wedding rings.
# 5. Book the wedding and reception sites.
# 6. Meet with the officiant of your wedding. Now is the time to be clear about rules and restrictions regarding the ceremony and ceremony site.
# 7. Select your wedding attendants--your wedding party can be as big or small as you like.
# 8. Choose a dress and wedding attire for the rest of the wedding party.
# 9. Make a guest list. You may have to compromise on the number of guests if your budget is limited.
# 10. Plan your pre-wedding parties, ceremony, reception and honeymoon--consider menus, decorations, favors and music.
# 11. Interview and hire vendors: wedding coordinator, photographer, video professional, caterer, florist and entertainment.
# 12. Check state requirements for obtaining a marriage license, and find out how long the license will remain valid.
# 13. Take care of the rest of the paperwork, from ordering invitations to signing up with gift registries. eHow.com