Tuesday, 21 August 2007

'Wacky weddings' compete with church appeal in Britain

The distinctive peal of English churches could soon become a thing of the past as Britons turn their back on marriage and seek unconventional alternatives to traditional wedding rites.

Bungee-jumping, rides in a hot air balloon or horseback weddings have mushroomed as couples aim to combine sporting passions with plans for an unusual, yet memorable, wedding day.
Instead of walking down the isle, sky divers will hope to experience a huge rush of adrenalin from leaping out of planes in free-falling love, while scuba divers will tie the knot under the sea.

Snow addicts will get hitched on a pair of skies in a ceremony performed on top of a mountain, before skiing down the slopes where the reception party awaits. Read more

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