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Canterbury Couple Win High-Flying Wedding

7 September 2012

Canterbury Couple Win High-Flying Wedding

Christchurch couple, Michaela and Vaughan, have leaped ahead of the competition to secure themselves a high-flying wedding next week with Mai FM’s Mai-le (Mile) High Wedding.

Over 250 couples from all over New Zealand entered to win the wedding with a twist. On Thursday 13 September, Michaela and Vaughan will board a plane to 10,000ft and say their vows before sky diving to seal the deal.

Mai FM’s Nickson, K’Lee and Wairangi Koopu announced the winning couple this morning.

Nickson Clark, Mai Mornings announcer, says: “This was just a crazy idea we had. To think it’s all come to life and a couple is actually going to get married up there, it’s pretty sweet!”

The wedding will be filmed and available for viewing at www.maifm.co.nz from Thursday 13 September.


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