Ryan Jenks and Kimberly Weglin met each other while they were attending the high-lining festival, GGBY, in Moab, Utah. As they shared common interests in slacklining and other daredevil stunts, they soon fell madly in love and decided to get married at the same place. Their wedding took place at a whopping height of 400 feet, on a huge space net that was stretched across a void in mountains of Utah canyon. The net even had an ‘aisle’ for the bride to walk.
Their adrenaline seeker friends watched the ceremony while being suspended from ropes, and performed aerial stunts. The ‘show’ ended with the leaping of 10 flower girls, who were base jumpers, from the cliff edge. Take a look at their awe-inspiring pictures.
Eyes locked at 400 feet.
Talking to each other.
Walking down the aisle.
Posing for wedding photographs.
After saying I do!
You may now kiss the bride.
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