Couple gets married at 400 feet and their wedding photos might turn your tum

Danielle Fowler
Freelance Writer
We challenge you to find a more picture-perfect wedding ceremony [Photo:]

It’s no secret that wedding planning can prove stressful but imagine organising your nuptials 400 feet above the desert in Moab, Utah.

Well, that’s how one couple, Ryan Jenks and Kimberly Weglin, decided to tie the knot.

After falling in love at a high-lining festival known as GGBY a handful of years ago, the pair got engaged in the desert back in 2017.

The ceremony took place 400 feet above the desert in Moab, Utah [Photo:]

So naturally, the couple decided to host their nuptials against the surreal backdrop.

The groom, Ryan Jenks, walks the tightrope to his nuptials [Photo:]

While they exchanged their ‘hell yeahs’ (instead of the traditional ‘I do’s’), close friends performed acro-yoga against the cliff edges and walked high-lines in tutu skirts.

Kimberly Welgin walks down the makeshift aisle [Photo:]

And just when you thought the ceremony couldn’t be any more incredible, ten jumper ‘flower girls’ lined up along the cliffs and jumped off one-by-one, scattering over 5,000 petals from their parachutes.

Now, this is what we call an impressive wedding album [Photo:]

And the newlyweds’ special day was captured on camera by husband and wife team, Abbi and Callen Hearne, who are on a never-ending road trip across the US capturing outdoor destination weddings.

The couple’s incredible photographs were taken by Abbi and Callen Hearne [Photo:]

“It is a representation of confidence, self-love, and life; the energy I want to surround myself with and carry with me into our marriage and throughout our lives together,” Weglin wrote in an Instagram post, explaining the location behind their special day.

And we don’t know about you but we can’t stop lusting over the awe-inspiring snaps.

Some new material to add to the wedding Pinterest board, no?

You can follow Abbi and Callen Hearne on Instagram or take a look at their website for further information (and other lustworthy snaps).

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