Marriage in the Sky is hosted on a platform, where 20 guests are strapped into aircraft-like seats and suspended at a height of 50 meters.
As befits an exclusive venue, Marriage in the Sky can be customised to every couple’s wishes, including spectacular elements like bungee jumping off of the platform after vows have been exchanged.
A second crane can be used to suspend another platform at the same height, making room for entertainment or more guests.
The platform used for Marriage in the Sky differs from those used for the company’s Dinner in the Sky events, and is actually a modification of a Meeting in the Sky platform, which seats up to 30 guests in theatre-style seating. The concept is undeniably rooted in the experience economy. Up, up and away.
Photo by Events In The Sky.
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