Brides and grooms take to skies

12/07/2022 amy Hot Air Balloon News

Many engaged couples are turning to hot air balloons to help them make their big day special.

The past few years have been difficult for anyone wanting to organise a wedding celebration. Several years of COVID-related restrictions on the size and locations of gatherings have seen many couples wanting to get married frustrated in their attempts to get hitched. Alongside this, many wedding-orientated businesses have limited their booking capacity, making it harder than usual to snag the perfect place for a wedding ceremony.

In the US alone, an estimated 2.5 million weddings are expected to take place this year. Couples are increasingly finding that securing the right venue to host their festivities has become harder and harder. In response to this scarcity of bookable space, creative couples have taken to the skies for their nuptials, with hot air balloons one of the more popular options.

Hot air balloon companies across the US have offered couples iconic venues in which to say ‘I do’. Hot air balloons are perfectly sized for an intimate ceremony and unforgettable photographs over stunning landscapes. Couples arrive at the departure point ready in their wedding garb and ascend into the skies with their officiant to officially tie the knot.

Hot air ballooning is one of the more magical adventures people can experience. For those in the UK who want to get a taste of ballooning for themselves – without necessarily getting hitched –hot air ballooning flights over the pristine landscape of Bath, Bristol and other areas in the south west can be had.

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