Weddings in remote destinations may become part of the past for some honeymooners, and their throne will take adventurous weddings …
Kim and Ryan definitely made the right move when they gave up the traditional wedding they originally planned. They replaced the standard ceremony with an adrenaline version of the same – their fateful “Yes, I do” they said while stood on the net over a canyon at a height of 120 meters.
The two are dealing with slacklining, which refers to the act of walking or balancing along a suspended length of flat webbing that is tensioned between two anchors. Slacklining is similar to slack rope walking and tightrope walking. They met at the Slacklining Festival, so that were somewhat expected to have an inspired adrenaline wedding.
The net on which they stood during the wedding ceremony, was created as the work of their godfather, Andrew Louis.
Also, the ceremony had some very unusual girls with flowers, because they were basically the Base Jumpers, who jumped from the edge of the canyon and filled the air with the petals, which were placed in their parachutes.
We must admit that the photographers had a really serious challenge during this wedding!