Sunday, April 22, 2012

Scuba Diving Couples Say I Do in Traditional Underwater Thai Ceremony

Traditional ceremonies in churches or registry offices seem to be taken over by the desire to get married in a unique places and the latest unusual setting for a wedding was 12 meters beneath the Andaman Sea.

Six couples chose to say "I Do" at the 16th annual Trang Underwater Wedding Ceremony in Thailand last Saturday.

Several of the brides and grooms chose unique weddings abroad over traditional ceremonies at home and the ceremony took place 12 meters beneath the Andaman Sea.

After putting on their scuba diving gear, the couples dived into the waters to take part in a traditional Thai wedding ceremony.
During the underwater weddings, the couples gargled their "I Do's" and the marriage certificates were signed beneath the waves using special waterproof pens and paper.

Alexander James Nicholson from America, married his Thai-US bride Sonya Sozanski, and he held up their laminated wedding certificate among the bubbles while his new wife formed an 'I love you' sign with her left hand, complete with wedding ring.
Another couple who were from Thailand, Manit Kansadanpipob and his bride Nachakul Sirityoungkul, were pictured removing their mouthpieces for their matrimonial kiss as at the underwater alter.

The Thai couple decorated the scuba outfits especially for the occasion and the bride wore a festive white bow on her head, while he groom pinned a white starfish to his collar.

The three-day Valentine's Day celebration is held annually by the Trang Chamber of Commerce and it attracts many people, from local Thai couples, to international brides and grooms who are keen to have their destination weddings in an unusual location.

After getting married abroad underwater, the couples took part in a Thai tradition, where the brides and grooms were escorted to their honeymoon suites by an old happily-married couple. This is said to bring peace and a long-lasting relationship as well as the eternity of love.

Prior to their weddings, the couples planted Sri-Trang trees at the Peninsular Botanic Gardens on the Friday before the ceremony, to honour their upcoming marriage.

Couples who prefer to enjoy their weddings abroad on dry land can take part in a traditional ceremony that includes Buddhism rituals.

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