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This Rad Couple Knew A Normal Wedding Wasn’t For Them, So Chose Adventure Instead

Want to get married but know the church and reception thing is so not you? Take a leaf out of these dudes' book....

Choosing the perfect spot for your wedding is one of the toughest decisions when getting hitched.

While you may match each other in the marriage department, that doesnt mean to say you will have the same taste in nuptuals.

This couple are aiming for 38 marriage ceremonies over six continents…

When Cheetah Platt, 30, and Rhiann Woodyard, 32, couldn’t agree on a wedding theme or location, they settled on a different approach. They are getting married everywhere instead.

The adventurous couple, who both work as professional acrobats, decided to globe trot around the world for 90 days, getting married in as many different countries as possible, currently aiming for 38 ceremonies over six continents.

If this is the wedding, what will the honeymoon look like?!

“Weddings are a lot of money,” the couple explained to the Huffington Post. “We didn’t want to spend a lot of money for a single day.”

It seems the happy couple may have the right idea by spending $3,000 a piece on the worldwide wedding, with the average American wedding currently costing around $30,000.

Looking at their incredible photos, it’s clear that the newlyweds are having a blast. It is a reminder to us to not always follow the herd and think outside the box.

On returning home, the pair say they will have one last ceremony, surrounded by their family and friends, before jetting off for their honeymoon.

If this is the wedding, what will the honeymoon look like?!

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