Everyone wants to have a wedding that’s unique and one-of-a-kind. Couples opt to have their wedding inside the church, gardens, beaches, hotels and all the other romantic places here on Earth.

However, this couple took a different turn with their wedding. They tied the knot 400 FEET IN THE AIR.

Yes, you read it right. This couple was very ecstatic about their wedding and wanted to make it unique and related to their favorite sporting activity – Slacklining.

Slacklining is the act of walking and balancing yourself as you walk in a suspended length of flat webbing which is tensioned with two anchors.

The couple got married on the “Spacenet” in Moab, Utah with their family and friends who were also as adventurous as them.

Ryan and Kim are professional slackliners. In fact, their love story started at a slackline festival which was held every year in the same place where they got married.

Aside from the exchange of vows and all those lovely kisses, the ceremony also included base jumper ‘flower girls’ and a lot more amazing performers.

It didn’t end with that, their reception was held in the middle of the desert where they partied all night long.

The couple definitely testified that ‘Love Is Truly In The Air!”

Congratulations to the lovely couple!

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A very unique Spacenet wedding

This wedding is out of this world 👰🤵Video footage via How NOT to Highline

Posted by Matador Network on Tuesday, August 14, 2018


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