Love underwater – It was a Sea of Love for the IT Engineer couple, V Chinnadurai and S Swetha when they tied the knot 60 feet underwater in Chennai. Making the wedding one of its kind, the couple took a dive in a sari and dhoti kurta respectively. The couple exchanged garlands underwater in order to spread the message of keeping the oceans and water bodies clean and plastic-free.
Love is in the air – Dressed in traditional Marathi outfits, a couple in the Kolahpur district of Maharashtra tied the knot while dangling 295 feet in the air. Sounds insane, right? Another very interesting part about this wedding was, even the priest who chanted the mantras dangled along with the couple in the air. Well, this wedding definitely proved the saying, ‘Love is Dangerous!’
For the love of Star-wars! – Definitely, the Force was with them when Zach and Kristian Anderson from Las Vegas tied the knot on May 4th of 2020. The couple planned a Star-wars themed wedding because the bride was a Star Wars fan, so much so that even the priest had to dress up as the Mandalorian to officiate the wedding.
A Match made in heaven – This phrase was totally proven right when David Valliant from Australia and Cathy Valliant from New Zealand said: “I do!” on a flight from Sydney to Aukland. The couple tied the knot at 34,000 feet in the air because they both wanted to incorporate their common love for aircraft and also because the two couldn’t agree on a venue.
In sickness and in health, till death do us part – While everyone dreams of a wedding in red attire and sherwani, a couple in Rajasthan married in PPE kit. On the day of the wedding, the bride tested positive for the novel coronavirus. But this didn’t stop the couple from tying the knot. The two followed all the wedding rituals while following the COVID-19 protocols.
Tulaliloo ti amo! – Means ‘I Love You’ in Minion’s language. Making it a one-in-a-minion wedding!’ A couple from Cumbria Sam Finan and Bob Thomas tied the knot in a minion-themed wedding because the two shared a common love towards the cartoon character ‘Minion.’ The wedding had a yellow and blue theme, along with a minion cake and minion decoration.