SANDUSKY, Ohio -- They skipped the wedding dress and tux, instead wearing bathing suits to begin their lives together.
One couple got married at noon Wednesday in a slippery wet way at Cedar Point's newly expanded water park.
They first exchanged rings at the bottom before racing to the top of a six-story slide and saying "I do." Once they sealed everything with a kiss, the newlyweds climbed inside a Point Plummet capsule to take the plunge on a 400-foot-long adventure that begins with the floor dropping from beneath their bare feet.
We streamed live coverage of the wedding on Facebook.
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A makeshift wedding reception with friends and family was held for the happy couple at the bottom of the slide.
It was part of a nationwide contest in which Cedar Point searched for couples daring enough to exchange their vows before literally taking the plunge.
A couple from North Canton had also been selected to get married atop the slide, but later backed out.