Acrobat couple plans 38 weddings around the world
So far Cheetah Platt and Rhian Woodyard have been married in India, Egypt, Ireland, Thailand and others
Deciding on a marriage destination can be difficult when the bride-to-be wants beach nuptials in Hawaii and her the soon-to-be groom wants a Vegas blowout.
But a couple from Los Angeles solved the issue by getting married across the world in just under 90 days.
The couple, both acrobats, were officially ordained so they could marry each other without the presence of an ordained minister and aim to have 38 weddings in 83 days, BuzzFeed reported.
So far Cheetah Platt and Rhian Woodyard have been married in India, Egypt, Ireland, Thailand and a host of other countries.
“After lots of discussion, we decided we didn’t want to choose,” Woodyard told BuzzFeed.
The happy couple packed their bags on February 8 and embarked on their journey.
“When we were looking at prices for a traditional California wedding, they were so expensive and nothing felt special,” said Woodyard
“A lot of women spend a whole lot of time and stress and money on their one day, and then it’s over,” she continued. “I love that I get to marry [Platt] over and over again. It’s exciting that it’s not just done in one day.”
The couple said they were able to find “round-the-world flights landing in 11 countries for less than $3,000 per person.”
“I knew this was going to be the most incredible wedding experience ever,” Platt added.