They say your wedding day is the best day of your life, so why not get married over and over again? One traveling acrobat couple from Los Angeles, California just took their flexibility to another level. Cheetah Platt and Rhian Woodyard are currently venturing to 38 different locations around the world to get married again and again.
While most couples spend countless time, energy and money planning one wedding in one location, this couple decided to get married in as many places as possible. Cheetah and Rhian have already been married in India, Egypt, Ireland, Thailand and more. The couple was officially ordained so that they could marry one another wherever their travel agenda takes them.
Their first wedding ceremony was celebrated on February 8th, and the couple has since gotten married in many other diverse destinations. At the end of their 83-day journey they plan to be married in 38 different locations around the world.
The couple has been able to afford their series of exotic weddings through generous donations from people who support their unique adventure in love. The acrobat couple includes their talented skills in many of their wedding photos, adding an extra special touch to an already awesome and romantic idea.
Giraffe Center, Nairobi
Rhian said, “A lot of women spend a whole lot of money on their one day, and then it’s over. I love that I get to marry [him] over and over again.”
Ajanta Caves, India
A wedding is all about sharing your special day with as many loved ones as possible, but this couple has taken that purpose one step further.
“I feel like there are more people sharing this wedding with us than if we had rented a single venue for a single day and tried to invite everyone in the world that we knew.”
Boleykarrigeen Stones, Ireland
“I knew this was going to be the most incredible wedding experience ever.”
Masai Mara Village, Kenya
Cheetah said, “It was exactly what I wanted, to travel the world with my wife and marry her again and again and again in so many different ways. That was perfect for me.”
Spain (left) India (right)
The couple said, “A lot of people say you should travel with the person you’re going to marry. We get to learn about each other every day more and more, I love that it’s brought us close.”