Having a memorable, exciting, and unique wedding is what I am sure most brides-to-be aim for. You spend months and months (maybe even years) planning your wedding so it is perfect! You may have even dreamed about your wedding long before you met your fiancé, so of course you want it to be memorable! Here I have found and collected the 10 most unbelievable things that ever happened at real weddings, so these weddings will go down in the incredibly memorable book.
These weddings were so different and unbelieveable you can't help but be intrigued. So read on to see if you believe what these brides and grooms did to be married memorably!
1. A couple jumped off a cliff right after their ceremony (with their bridal party) and then proceeded to go surfing!
2. A bride commissioned a life size version of herself for her wedding cake
3. A couple in Tokyo were wed by a robot!
4. This bridal party fell into a lake while posing for photos because the dock they were standing on collapsed. Luckily they all seemed to be in bright spirits after!
5. This couple had a full on Harry Potter themed wedding (and it was pretty glorious).
6. This incredibly sweet underwater wedding!
7. Okay so this is more an amazing thing that happened at a lot of weddings, but this couple had 30 wedding ceremonies around the world!
8. This couple was married on top of Mt. Everest! I mean you really can't get much more amazing and unique than that!
9. This bride and groom that exchanged their wedding vows on Twitter.
10. A couple that rock climbed 900 ft to have their wedding ceremony!
So what do you think brides-to-be? Do you believe what these brides and grooms did at their weddings? Would you do anything crazy and unbelievable for your wedding? Let us know in the comments, we would love to hear your wild wedding ideas.
Lauren Sinton is a recent graduate from UC Davis with a degree in English and an emphasis in Creative Writing. She is a prolific poet and loves absolutely everything about writing and reading poetry. She has also been planning her own wedding since she was in the 2nd grade, which is now finally coming in handy since she is recently engaged.