This Couple Got Married At 120 Metres High, And The Pics Are Absolutely Stunning

The groom came to the floating altar on a tight rope

#Breathtaking: 😍 😍 😍 😍 😍 😍 😍 😍 8/10

There are many ways to make your wedding day a memorable one.

You could hire a band you really like, order some special food, or have your ceremony in a beautiful place.

One couple took this last idea and truly ran (nay, flew) with it, and said their “I do”s 120 metres high above the ground.

In. Freakin’. Credible.

Ryan Jenks and Kimberly Weglin recently tied the knot in the desert near Moab in Utah. Although ‘in’ the desert doesn’t entirely do their ceremony justice. Indeed, they got married somewhat ~above~ the desert. 120 metres, to be precise.

The spot is a very special one for the couple, as it is here where they both fell in love and also got engaged. Weglin states in an Instagram post, “It is a representation of confidence, self-love, and life; the energy I want to surround myself with and carry with me into our marriage and throughout our lives together.”

And you can bet you’ll remember it alright. The images from the day are truly breathtaking, and show the lengths (and heights!!!) people go to for the ones they love.

Standing on a colourful makeshift ‘altar’ spun across two rock formations, it’s as stunning a wedding album as we’ve ever seen. With guests aligned along the rocks opposite the floating centrepiece (we’re assuming too many people would be too heavy), the images beautifully portray a very happy moment, with the sun setting in the background, and two thrill-seeking hearts high and mighty in love. (120 metres, to be exact).

Dreamy and romantic, take a look through some of the photographs from the event below. It’ll feel very single/happily committed, and also, kinda make you want to go rock-climbing. Enjoy.

All images cr: The Hearnes

What do you think? Would you enjoy a 120-metres-above-ground wedding?

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