Weird Weddings

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How weird are weddings getting? Would you believe exchanging vows at the local 7-Eleven? Okay,how about at centre field during half-time at a football game? While skydiving? You bet! Any one contemplating an unconventional ceremony should be forewarned - it's been done before. And even if they haven't thought of it, it's still been done before!

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Family Feud
12. Family Feud
June 7, 2002
Long before the big fat Greek wedding, there was the bigger fatter Italian wedding of Tony and Tina - which makes all other pretenders look positively anorexic. How fat is their wedding? The father of the groom is all over the bridesmaids while the maid of honour, a nun, discovers her interest in men!. Before the cake is cut, Tony and Tina are screaming divorce!
Head Over Heels
11. Head Over Heels
June 7, 2002
Love is in the air - but only for about six seconds - as two adrenaline junkies named Sandy and Spencer say their 'I dos' during a free-falling base jump into Idaho's Snake River Canyon. Are they nuts? You be the judge.
Race to the Altar
10. Race to the Altar
June 7, 2002
The annual three-day Kinetic Sculpture Race in Ferndale, California! It's famous for its winners being indistinguishable from the losers. This year, the big winners are a bride and groom who inherit a ready-made bridal party about a mile long. This is one wedding party that doesn't know how to stop - even for the wedding vows.
Tying the Knot
9. Tying the Knot
June 7, 2002
Meet a bride and groom who can't wait to give that old phrase, "tying the knot", new meaning. Their Western-style wedding appears to get a little out of hand when residents of a Nevada ghost town threaten to lynch the groom for past romantic indiscretions. There's a knot, all right, a big one, and it's around his neck. She can save his life by agreeing to marry the blighter, anyway.
But Seriously Folks
8. But Seriously Folks
June 7, 2002
What's so funny about two clowns exchange wedding vows during a clown convention? Big floppy shoes, red noses and bad hair, multiplied by about a hundred. Are clowns really sad, and will marriage finally make them happy?
Back in Time
7. Back in Time
June 7, 2002
Meet a modern couple who insist on the real thing. A Haida tribal wedding on the beach at the Summer Solstice. For this ambitious wedding project, the bride's relatives are rebuilding ceremonial canoes, sewing ceremonial blankets, and hauling in the nets heavy with crab and salmon. The groom is Iranian-American, so he and his family are pitching in with Persian dishes and poetry.
Whose Idea Was This, Anyway?
6. Whose Idea Was This, Anyway?
June 7, 2002
Nude nuptials and a wedding in black and blue. Two outrageous couples doing things 'their way'. Who would think of joy riding around Las Vegas in a limo, nude? The very same people who, back home in Wisconsin, swim naked, bike naked, and pretty much live naked. That's who!
Altar Egos
5. Altar Egos
June 7, 2002
Amongst the rolling waves of Oregon's wine country, a virtual armada of landlubbers teach us all how to marry pirate-style. The bride has been sewing pirate costumes for six months. The groom has spent just as long worrying about being captured by rival galleons. Will they release his alter ego in time to down his quota of rum and say "I do."
Groom With A View
4. Groom With A View
June 7, 2002
Sure, couples talk big. All that bragging about starting married life with a 'peak experience'. Well, meet Steve and Adrienne, two outdoor fanatics who actually pull it off. Come blizzard or blue sky, this Ontario duo are hell-bent on exchanging vows atop B.C.'s Whistler Mountain. Think blizzard.
Love at First Bite
3. Love at First Bite
June 7, 2002
Lovers who live on the dark side get married, too. And their wedding venue of choice? That would be Dracula's Tomb. Complete with fog, an echo chamber, and the Count himself in charge of proceedings. But his fangs have nothing on this next match-up.
Vegas Style
2. Vegas Style
June 7, 2002
Joe yielded to Anne's more conventional wedding wishes five years ago, but on one condition. If they lasted five years together, he'd get to restage the nuptials his way. Joe's way is in a gondola, on a Venetian canal, with Elvis at the helm. No use telling these lovers, 'Don't rock the boat.'
Strutting Their Stuff
1. Strutting Their Stuff
June 7, 2002
What bride doesn't want to start married life by putting her best foot forward? Meet Morgan and Geof, a couple that take that concept literally. They're turning the aisle into a fashion catwalk. That's right, wedding day outfits that are worth a Fashion Show of their very own.
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How weird are weddings getting? Would you believe exchanging vows at the local 7-Eleven? Okay,how about at centre field during half-time at a football game? While skydiving? You bet! Any one contemplating an unconventional ceremony should be forewarned - it's been done before. And even if they haven't thought of it, it's still been done before!

Weird Weddings is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (25 episodes). The series first aired on .

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