Because couches and toasters are so passé.
They’re taking their wedding to new heights. (Sorry, the pun was right there for the taking.)
Angus Tobin and Alexandra Zylstra are a young couple from Melbourne’s eastern suburbs. They’re about to get married, and like many young couples before them, they are having a wishing well on their big day.
Unlike other couples, they are planning to spend the money they receive on a plane.
An actual plane.
According to The Herald Sun, Mr Tobin, 23, is a commercial pilot and has always wanted to own his own plane, but says it’s “an expensive thing to get into.”
So the couple are keen to purchase a six-seater plane for their wedding. Just casually.
“Rather than having a second car, we’d like a plane,” Ms Zylstra told The Herald Sun.
“It will be nice to have a headstart with a bit of extra cash.”
Apparently, there are wishing wells at more than two thirds of weddings. Wishing wells for people wishing to buy TVs.
Honeymoons in Bali.
… And now, apparently? Planes.
What did you buy with your wedding present money?