Cheetah Platt and Rhiann Woodyard, two acrobats from Los Angeles, have been engaged since 2014. When it came time to finally plan their wedding, the couple decided to ditch a conventional ceremony and get married in different locations across the globe.
The couple's trip has been chronicled on Facebook, Flickr and their Honeyfund page, where friends, family and strangers can help donate to keep the globetrotting wedding adventure going.
"Sharing this journey with the love of my life, traveling the world getting married in the most amazing locations we can find - I just can't think of anything better," Platt told ABC.
Both Platt and Woodyard were officially ordained before the trip so they could perform wedding ceremonies wherever need be. Since their journey began on February 8, the couple has visited iconic destinations across the globe including sites in Spain, Morocco, Thailand, Fiji, and even the Giza pyramids in Egypt.
"The most powerful experience for be was standing in the ancient Egyptian desert and getting married in front of the great pyramids," Platt told ABC. "The only standing structure of the seven wonders of the ancient world. They are so majestic, awe inspiring and rooted in such myth and legend. It was truly a breath-taking wedding."
The couple is planning on getting married on every continent, with the exception of Antarctica, with at least 20 ceremonies in 11 countries. Platt and Woodyard plan to return back to the U.S. on April 28, while planning a big wedding reception on May 2. But Platt told ABC that the wedding adventure has truly been quite the experience for the couple.
"This wedding has been the greatest experience of my life."