FIVE WACKY WEDDING VENUE IDEAS
Posted by AMIT SUTHAR
Getting married in a church, chapel or banquet venue is so expected. Mix things up and get your marriage off on a wild ride by hosting in one of these unusual wedding venues. You guests will amazed and entertained!
Roller Coasters: Getting married causes heart palpitations, but you can make it even more thrilling by screaming your “I do’s’ on a roller coaster. At locations like Disney World and Six Flags, thousands of couples have started off married life with ups . . . . downs . . . .ups . . . downs! In 1993 at Busch Gardens, a group wedding consisting of 46 couples set a record and there is one particular minister who consider roller coaster weddings his specialty. Having the wedding at an amusement park ensures a good time for all the young and young at heart – get everyone mouse ears or superhero capes as groomsmen gifts and wedding favors!
Underwater: Hard core scuba divers have been known to get married in the ocean or a lake. Talk about making waves! Because of its natural beauty, the Great Barrier Reef in Australia is a popular choice for under water weddings. Hawaii, Bali and other tropical islands are also frequently chosen locations. In the Florida Keys, there is even an underwater wedding service that will help brides and grooms help plan their special day saying garbled vows while the fish look on!
Hot Air Balloons: Getting hitched in a hot air balloon has a retro feel; these fire-stoked conveyances hard all the way back to the 18th century. Imagine having a retro-Victorian or steampunk-themed wedding while saying your vows overlooking beautiful landscape and a sinking sun. Talk about a high! Give your family and friends on the ground a pair of binoculars so they can see you seal the deal with a kiss! Also, our personalized wine bottle cooler is perfect both to take a celebratory bottle of champagne up in the air – and also to give as groomsmen gifts.
Ice Hotels: In some cold-weather countries, ice hotels have become all the rage. The sparkling ice twinkles by candlelight and makes a beautiful backdrop for a memorable wedding. Such a hotel in Canada is rebuilt each year (it melts) with 15,000 tons of snow – this hotel in Quebec City even has an 80-seat chapel. Just imagine a sleigh ride afterward and a celebration with ice cold shots of vodka from a specially engraved vodka flask!