This couple ties the knot , 122 meters high in a makeshift spider web American couple Kimberly Weglin and Ryan Jenks tied the knot in a ceremony that reflects their personalities as individuals and together as a couple. They had a ceremony in Moab, Utah, on a makeshift spiderweb as they enjoy slacklining and wanted to incorporate it in their wedding.
Slacklining is a sport which involves walking on a strip of webbing strung loosely between two points, it’s similar to walking a tightrope. Every year, the couple attended a slacklining festival in Moab called the GGBY Festival. They fell in love with the festival scenery so much so that they had their wedding ceremony there.