I write this as I just got out of the shower, and I prepare for my wedding. Today, I get married on the Phoenix at Knoebels! The honeymoon will be a week of parks, from Kennywood to G. Lake to Cedar Point! It starts one week from today, I will be sure to post a trip report on my return! *** Edited 7/1/2007 10:48:28 AM UTC by Gary B***
Cool!!! My wedding was on opening day of Steel Force at Dorney. After the ceremony, my maid of honor and I ditched the reception, including the groom ...(LOL) and ran over to ride it. Enjoy your honeymoon!
How's the expression go "if you dont have anything good to say don't say anything" ;)
I for one wish I could do what you are doing. My fiance and I are going for a more traditional wedding but have planned our trip to Islands of Adventure in 2010 for the Wizarding World of Harry Potter ;)
Yea that would never go over with my Wife as she does not like Coasters to much. Chooch you can look at one positive out of it she can sit the shade with the kids well you ride all the big rides/coasters instead of trying to figure out who is going to ride first and who is going watch first. HaHa. *** Edited 7/2/2007 4:23:37 AM UTC by TonyBlackjack***
I have one son, who is 9, who thankfully is loving every new ride he can get on height-wise. I also have an ex who despises anything remotely involved with fun, the positive of this is she didn't manage to turn him into a squealing wuss.
Congrats to the upcoming newlyweds. There's not a thing wrong with including a mutual love for something (or hobby) in your wedding plans. I 've heard of male/female firefighter couples who have tied the knot with aerial platforms facing one another (one for the preacher and one for the couple) and exchanged vows 100 feet up in the air, and another couple who got married on a trolley car. They chartered the actual trolley car they first met on riding to work and got married on it. Some peeps include their pets as ring bearers, ect... so what's so bad about getting married on a coaster?