There are many ways to say “I do” but few are as daring as Ryan Jenks and Kimberly Weglin. After getting engaged on a space net in Moab canyon, the adventurous couple decided to have their wedding in the same place—suspended net and all. When the big day finally came, Jenks and Weglin said their vows four hundred feet above the desert floor. The photographers, Abbi and Callen Hearnes, captured the extreme wedding pictures, which are as stunning as they are breathtaking.
As if the ceremony site wasn’t unconventional enough, the couple customized their nuptials with other playful (if not terrifying) elements. While Jenks and Weglin exchanged their vows, their friends were performing aerial moves on silks below and walking on high lines. And in a creative take on “flower girls,” they had the roles fulfilled by BASE jumpers who plunged off the cliffs with 5,000 “petals in their packs.”
The gorgeous wedding photos convey the incredible energy of all who participated in the special day. “It was unreal,” Abbi recalls, “I am so beyond in love with this amazing community and stoked to see everyone’s creativity come together for Kim and Ryan.” Weglin echoes this in an Instagram post: “It was so fun to be able to take the traditional ceremony of marriage and turn it into something so completely ‘us,’ down to every last detail.”
Looking for extreme wedding ideas? Ryan Jenks and Kimberly Weglin made it happen when they got married suspended 400 feet in the air.
The event, which included a space net and BASE jumpers, was captured in extreme wedding pictures by photography couple The Hearnes.
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