US couple repeats wedding ceremony all over the world

As if one wedding isn't enough to organise, this couple are getting married, repeatedly, all over the world. 

Americans Cheetah Platt, 30, and Rhiann Woodyard, 32, were unable to come up with one specific theme or idea for their big day, so decided to get married in as many places as possible in three months. 

Their adventure began on February 8, and they hope to visit 11 countries to have 38 wedding ceremonies in 83 days, The Daily Mail reported.

The professional aerial and pole art performers have been capturing the moment in acrobatic positions and sharing their photos online.

Platt and Woodyard, both from Los Angeles, said they did look for a local venue but were disappointed with the options. 

"After lots of discussion, we decided we didn't want to choose," Woodyard told BuzzFeed.

Their first stop was Bogota, Colombia. Through budgeting and research, they said they managed to find round-the-world flights landing in 11 countries for less than $US3000 ($A3805) per person.

They plan to get married on every continent except for Antarctica. 

Both got ordained from the church of Spiritual Humanism online so they could perform their own self-unifying ceremonies, but will file paperwork to be legally recognised as a married couple in the state of California.