• A photographer takes pictures of Fang Jing next to her husband, as they hang from a cliff during a rock climbing exercise in Liuzhou, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on 26 October 2013.Reuters
  • Bride Erin Finnegan and bridegroom Noah Fulmor, both of New York, floated into matrimony on Saturday thousands of feet (metres) above the Gulf of Mexico in what organizers said was the world's first weightless wedding held in zero gravity conditions. They seal their wedding with a kiss while floating upside down, aboard a specially-equipped Boeing 727 after taking off from Titusville, Florida, June 20, 2009.Reuters
  • Gerhard Pyper (C) kisses his new bride Jan in the waters of English Bay after taking part in the 89th annual Polar Bear Swim in Vancouver, British Columbia on 1 January, 2009.Reuters
  • Thai groom Prasit Rangsiyawong his bride Varuttaon Rangsiyawong fly while attached to cables during a wedding ceremony ahead of Valentine's Day in Prachin Buri province, east of Bangkok on 13 February 2013.Reuters
  • Yevgeni Okayevich and his bride Galina Grann ride their motorbikes during their wedding in central Kiev on 5 July 2008.Reuters
  • Sergey Kaunov, a member of a local winter swimmers' club, carries his bride Irina Kuzmenko out of water as they celebrate their wedding on the bank of Yenisey River where the air temperature was about -30 degrees Celsius (-22 degree Fahrenheit) in the Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, on 22 January 22 2011.Reuters
  • Newlyweds Sine Andersen and Rune Jamrath, who is dressed as a pixie, kiss during their wedding at the World Santa Claus Congress 2009, at the amusement park Bakken north of Copenhagen on 20 July 2009.Reuters
  • A humanoid robot named "I-Fairy" (C) acts as a witness at the wedding ceremony between Tomohiro Shibata (L) and Satoko Inoue in Tokyo on 16 May 2010.Reuters

Optimistically speaking, you only have one wedding day that you want to remember for the rest of your life; so snapping that perfect wedding photo that depicts everything you want it to is almost as important as the ceremony itself. They speak of love, promise, memory, passion, joy, commitment and most importantly, the uniqueness of the couple.

From sealing the deal under water to dangling weightless in zero gravity, many people go to extreme lengths to ensure that their wedding photos are one of a kind, even at the cost it being the weirdest one out there. There are two ways these crazy wedding photos can go; absolutely stunning or make everyone else go "Why?"

Whether it is the couple who wanted their wedding photo to depict their love for outdoor sports or the couple that wanted to experience the weightless space while getting married, their special day gave us a reason to smile.

Here is a collection of some of the craziest, most bizarre wedding photos collected from around the world.