Eight red tractors were decorated with balloons and flowers and paraded through the streets of Kiaogan City.
While many brides get picked up by their grooms in stretch limousines or horse-drawn carriages, some brides in China are bound to say "I do" on a tractor.
According to a Chinese TV station, a groom decided to pick-up his bride on the farm equipment because they both work for an agricultural machinery company, and they felt the idea was creative. The bride was especially happy because she said she'd be the first in her city to get married via tractor.
In all, eight red tractors were decorated with balloons and flowers and paraded through the streets of Kiaogan City.
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