Getting Married? Consider Saying "I Do" With A Skydiving Wedding!

Getting married and want to have something different? Consider tying the knot with a skydiving wedding!

There's no doubt that getting married is an adventure all in itself. There is so much to think about and so many details to cover before the big event.

Where to hold the ceremony, the dress, the catering, how many to invite...and sometimes it can be a bit overwhelming for the bride and groom.

Simply put, this is the primary reason many couples choose to elope and exchange their vows in a private wedding ceremony.

Maybe you are looking for a change or something that hasn't been done by any of your family or friends. If this is the case and you and your soon-to-be spouse are adventurous and would like a wedding that is sure to be different, then consider exchanging vows thousands of feet in the air while free-falling at 120 mph After all, love's already got you feeling like you're floating or "head over heels", so really, what could possibly top an experience like a skydiving wedding?

Typically, a skydiving wedding is performed by an airborne preacher aboard the aircraft prior to jumping. After exchanging vows and sealing it with a kiss, you will jump together from the aircraft and begin your descent to your life together. Or, some facilities will allow you to have a ground wedding before making the plunge, with the landing zone being a gathering place for your friends and family to see you land together. If you or your spouse have never been skydiving before, then you will both jump tandem with a certified instructor. This takes a minimal amount of training and can still fulfill your dream of an airborne wedding.

There are many locations across the country that will perform your ultimate adventure wedding. Some of the most popular locations are Las Vegas, San Diego, Washington D.C, and Cleveland, Ohio. Most facilities will provide you with the ultimate wedding day experience, complete with pampering for the bride, wonderful catering, and ceremony activities that friends and family are welcome to participate in. Most skydiving weddings need to be booked at least six months in advance and remain dependant on the weather.

You will also have to keep in mind that both you and your future spouse will need to receive medical clearance in order to participate in this once-in-a-lifetime thrill. Universal restrictions for skydiving include heart and lung disorders, high blood pressure, diabetes, and certain neurological disorders. If either you or your future spouse do not receive full medical clearance, don't worry. Most facilities will be glad to host your ground wedding with exciting additions such as skydivers delivering your rings right to the ceremony or having the preacher jump and land to your wedding. Consider looking into a package deal which will provide everything needed for a memorable day as well as your airborne adventure together caught on film.

If you truly believe you are "head over heals" in love and want to share a thrill together you'll never forget, then a skydiving wedding could definitely be the right choice for you. One way to look at it is if you can survive jumping out of an airplane together, then surely you'll have no trouble surviving any of life's twists and turns!



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