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1. The Longest Dress

Ema, a 17 year-old model, smiles on a hot air balloon as she wears the wedding dress with the longest tail in the world during a Guinness World Record attempt in Bucharest.

Pity the bridal party that has to carry this train: A Romanian wedding salon has designed a dress that has the world’s longest train, as designated by the Guinness World Book of Records. The Andree Salon designed a 1.85-mile long ivory train, which stretched across the city center of Bucharest.
The train and dress required approximately three miles of taffeta and 18 feet of lace. According to the Telegraph, 1,857 sewing needles and 150 spools of thread were used in its creation, which took 100 days. The previous record for a wedding dress train, held by a Dutch designer, was approximately 1.5 miles.

2. Dress of Cream Puff

Baker Valentyn Shtefano and his bride Viktoriya show off her wedding gown, which Shtefano made out of flour, eggs, sugar and caramel, in the western Ukrainian city of Uzhhorod on Aug. 27.

Valentyn Shtefano’s pastries were known for attracting stares and giggles as well as lip-smacking murmurs. But even his fiancée was surprised when Shtefano told her he was making her wedding dress — out of flour, eggs, sugar and caramel.
The dress — made of 1,500 cream puffs and weighing 20 pounds — took the 28-year-old baker two months to make, and by the end of the wedding reception, bride Viktoriya said she didn’t want to take it off.

3. Wedding Ring Piercings

Wedding Ring Piercings

Some couples are opting for a diamond dermal piercing on the engagement ring finger. Dermatologist Dr Chris Kearney says the process is dangerous. The piercings sit on the surface of the skin so they are very prone to getting snagged. ‘The rejection rate is very high and the scarring can be pretty bad,’ professional piercer Adrian Castillo said.

4. Rice Wedding

Photo by Chris Cowley www.chris-cowley.co.uk

Throwing rice at weddings is an ancient nuptial tradition that acts as a blessing for fertility and prosperity. The ancient Roman tradition carried on with corn and other cereal grains, but it wasn’t until the Middle Ages that rice was incorporated. Rice symbolized wealth, fertility and good health.

5. Robot Priests

The first marriage to be officiated by a robot took place in Japan this past Sunday. A humanoid robot named I-Fairy stood in as witness at the ceremony between Tomohiro Shibata and Satoko Inoue of Tokyo.
Reuters reports:
“The bride, Inoue, works for the company that makes the i-Fairy, and her husband, Shibata, is a client.

Robot Priests

‘It’s true that robots are what caused us to first begin going out, and as suggested by my wife, we decided that we wanted to try this sort of wedding,’ Shibata said after making his vows.
After saying ‘I do,’ the bride said that she wanted to use her wedding to show people that robots can easily fit into their daily lives. ‘I always felt that robots would become more integrated into people’s everyday lives. This cute robot is part of my company, I decided that I would love to have it at my ceremony,’ Inoue said.”
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