Bride Walks Across Canyon On Colorful ‘Spiderweb’ To Say ‘I Do’ To Groom 400 Feet In The Air

by Caralynn Lippo
Caralynn is a writer, native New Yorker, TV enthusiast, and dog mom to Hobbes.

Kimberly Weglin and Ryan Jenks are an adventurous pair, to say the least.

The California couple recently found their wedding photos going viral after sharing them on social media.

Kimberly (@_kimw_ on Instagram) and Ryan (@slackinhigh on Instagram) wed on November 20, 2017, on a net suspended 400 feet above a canyon in a Moab, Utah desert.

The stunning pictures of the jaw-dropping ceremony were taken atop a colorful space net created by Andy Lewis. The photos themselves were shot by Abbi and Callen Hearne of The Hearnes Adventure Photography.

“I’ve heard a lot of people say, ‘Because it’s every woman’s dream to get married on a spider web.’ And I was like, ‘For me, it was.’ That was super romantic for me, because that was what we love,” Kimberly said.

According to People, the newlyweds had frequently gone slacklining in the area and wanted to wed in the city where they fell in love. They also got engaged on the same space net a year before their wedding.

“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 the sh*t out of me, and have it feel normal,” the 25-year-old bride told People. “We also added a whole bunch of paracord to the net for the wedding […] to ensure it’d be really stable for the day of. If you didn’t look down, it was pretty easy to forget where you were.”

To see more of the incredible photos from Kimberly and Ryan’s wedding, check out The Hearnes Adventure Photography’s Instagram and Facebook accounts or their official website.

Would you ever attend a wedding like this?

Watch footage of the unique ceremony below, and don’t forget to SHARE this amazing story on Facebook!

Photos: Instagram / Kimberly Weglin; The Hearnes Adventure Photography

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