Thursday, 3 October 2013

Bride & Groom : Making an entrance

Recently on the email forum of the Civil Celebrants Graduate Association, Monash (CCGA) there was an email about an upcoming wedding where the bride and groom planned to walk in together. This then sparked a conversation among members of other ways in which marrying couples had entered the marriage space - together, with one or other parent, with children, etc. Lots of interesting variations on a theme were thrown up. However, none was so interesting as this - Zip Wire Wedding: Couple Fly Into Ceremony!

What do you think? Have you participated in or experienced a novel wedding entrance? If so, feel free to make a comment and share your thoughts.

Personally, I'd feel a bit dishevelled arriving via flying fox. The heart would certainly be pumping and I guess you'd be revved up and ready to go ... but will what follows live up to the thrill of the entrance?

Lauren and Ben's entrance seems to be in keeping with them as a couple, though; Ben proposed on a hike after they'd reached the top of a mountain!
Lauren Bushar & Ben Youngkin - Ben's proposal on top of Max Patch