Why have a white wedding when you can have a weird one? From the Eiffel Tower and a dolphin, to a NintendoDS character and a pillow, here are 15 of the strangest, most bizarre things people have said 'I do' to!
After legally wedding the Eiffel Tower, Erika LaBrie changed her name to Erika “Aya” Eiffel and pledged her love to the structure in a ceremony attended by friends and family. She told ABC News that she and others, "...feel an innate connection to objects. It comes perfectly normal to us to connect on various levels, emotional, spiritual and also physical for some."
Amy Wolfe married the "1001 Nachts,” a rollercoaster ride at Knoebels Amusement Park in Elysburg, PA that she’s ridden (ahem, cowgirl or traditional?) more than 3,000 times. Although she's been in a relationship with a slew of objects, including church organs and a bannister, this particular ride remains her one true love.
In 2007, Liu Ye had enough of the single life and decided to marry himself. The Chinese native created a foam-board cutout of himself - wearing a traditional wedding gown - and vowed to love himself until death does him part. Wait. We’re confused. Never the less, Ye went on to explain his actions, stating, “There are many reasons for marrying myself, but mainly to express my dissatisfaction with reality.”