Kimberly Weglin and Ryan Jenks took their nuptials to new heights. The lovebirds decided to tie the knot on a net suspended 400 feet above the ground. In the background stood a Utah canyon with its picturesque cliffs and beautiful mountains. Bride, Kimberly Weglin told People, “I used to be terrified of heights … So, it really meant a lot to get married in the air in a space that used to scare me.”
The Hearnes Adventure Photography captured the couple’s special day. Space net creator Andy Lewis was responsible for the colorful net where the bride and groom exchanged vows.
Weglin said, “If you didn’t look down, it was pretty easy to forget where you were.” During the unique ceremony, friends performed aerial stunts below the net, while others did acro-yoga on the cliff’s edges. The photography company praised the newlyweds for their courage saying, “Kim and Ryan will forever be able to look back on this day knowing it was 100% them.”