A happy moment was experienced in Angkling Darmo's in Indonesia where a bride and a groom during their wedding rode on a heavy construction machine equipment mainly known as "caterpillar." They made rounds in the town square of Bojonegoro. These attracted more spectacle to the residents and road users. They were also escorted by their beloved families, relatives and friends during the event. Many took photos and videos of them as they were astonished to have experienced such a wedding. The two couple who were identified as Mr Tedjo Sukmono (58) and Miss Sriwati (42) revealed that they decided to avoid use of vehicle motorcade mainly to make their wedding more unique from the normal one. They also argued that it was not that they had not money to hire fleet of cars but they were happy with this. Many people who followed the wedding have congratulated them and wished them well. I would like to hear from you, would you go for a unique wedding like them? Share your views.
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