Dutch couples Caroline Lammers and Marijke de Veer had to say yes without their wedding rings yesterday. Not long ago, they accidentally flew into a balloon. Not found yet.
It was an exciting moment during the women’s wedding in Mel (North Brabant). Shortly before wedding officiant Dirk Zeelenberg wanted the two to seal their wedding vows with two rings, there was a major freakout. A balloon containing golden wedding rings flew into the air. The weight that should have held the balloon to the ground was accidentally lost.
“The blimp rose into the air at lightning speed,” says Zeelenberg. “There was no point in chasing it in a car or something. The thing was gone in no time.” The party, attended by dozens of guests, was interrupted briefly, which was necessary, because the young children of the bride and groom were all over the states, popping the balloon to reveal the rings.
They really needed to be reassured and also had to leave for a while. Then we moved on. It was so nice to finish it off without a ring ceremony. And now I’m telling you wife and wife a little quicker came the ‘Now I’m telling you wife and wife. Thankfully, the women took it lightly.’ There is also laughter. They were very kind. “
How far does the balloon go? Maybe he is somewhere in Germany
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In addition to the “real” rings, a girl’s silver flower ring appeared in the air. In a video Zeelenberg shared on social media, the couple pleaded with De Veer-Lamers to look forward to private airmail. “I think he traveled to Nijmegen,” said Marijki, who assured viewers shortly after the incident that a nice party would continue to build.
Anyone who finds the rings could email Zeelenberg, and say, “But I have no idea where to look for them. How far does the balloon go? It might be somewhere in Germany.”
Watch a video below that Dirk Zeelenberg recorded with the newlyweds, no rings.
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