How far would you go to make your wedding memorable? While most couples spend days, sometimes months coordinating outfits and dance steps for their big day, these innovative brides and grooms took the unconventional route. They challenged norms and celebrated their union in the most unique ways.
5 Not-So-Typical Weddings That Actually Happened In India!
From choosing the most bizarre venue to making a dhamakedaar entry, these couples are sure to inspire you.
What happens when two adventure lovers decide to tie the knot? Well, they exchange vows atop the highest peak! Maharashtra couple, Vivek Patil and Swapnali Dhabugade met for the first time on a trekking expedition. So when they were getting married, they wanted a venue that would remind them of their first meeting! And what could be better than Mt. Kalsubai, the tallest mountain peak in Maharashtra?!
Balancing On A Hoverboard
Forget the phoolon ki chadar, this Punjabi couple raised the swag at their wedding by making a jaw-dropping entry on a hoverboard. The duo not only balanced themselves aptly on the device but also managed to have fun and dance while at it. Must have taken a lot of practice, no?
A fitness freak couple ran a whopping 25 km to get married. The couple met during marathon events and wanted to promote the message of fitness through their wedding. The bride and groom wore white t-shirts, track pants, running shoes and red turbans and ran to the marriage registrar’s office where they exchanged vows amidst a cheering audience.
To prove how deep their love is (quite literally!) this Maharashtra couple decided to say “I do” in a unique ceremony underwater. The traditional Hindu ceremony which went on for a good one hour took place in a swimming pool in Mumbai. The couple even had an unconventional engagement dangling mid-air (295 ft above the ground, to be precise).
On A Trek
This couple first met on a trek after being introduced by some mutual friends. The adventure junkies eventually fell in love and three years later, when they decided to tie the knot they embarked on a journey to the same trek. Their immediate family joined them as they exchanged vows in a beautiful and intimate setting. Read their full story here!
And your idea of fun at your wedding was getting sloshed and doing the nagin dance?