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I've seen some wild weddings over the years, but this one has to take the cake...
They decided the perfect place to get married was in the Utah desert - in a 400-foot-high "spacenet" draped across a canyon.
If it sounds like an adventure, it was!
Not only was the ceremony carried out in a net suspended hundreds of feet in the air, but instead of having flower girls, the couple had BASE jumpers with parachutes full of flower petals.
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Add to that some trapeze artists hanging from the space net, and you have a recipe for one unique wedding.
It took unique wedding photographers to document the whole thing, too.
That responsibility fell to Abbi and Callen Hearnes, a couple of photographers that live on the road and photograph adventurous couples getting married in adventurous situations.
As you can see from the photos of the day, it was certainly an event to remember.
The ceremony was November 20, 2017, firmly in the Utah winter. The temperature at the "I Do's" was just 35 degrees.
But that didn't stop this couple or any of the attendees from rocking out one of the coolest weddings you'll ever see!
You can see part of this awesome wedding adventure in the video above by Matador Network.
In case you're wondering, there were some less-adventurous wedding photos taken that day, too, as shown above.
Kudos to everyone involved, from the happy couple to their incredible photographers to the hundreds of friends and family that showed up on a cold wintery day to see what has to be one of the most unique weddings of all time.