KARACHI, PAKISTAN (NBC) - For some couples, the stress of planning one wedding is enough to last a lifetime, but this bride and groom are 66 wedding ceremonies in, and possibly counting.
British couple Alex Pelling and Lisa Grant celebrated their 66th wedding ceremony last month in May.
Pakistan was their latest wedding ceremony location in their quest for the perfect wedding venue.
They left their jobs in 2011, and decided to concentrate their lifestyle on having weddings all over the world in different societies.
You can check out their experiences on their blog "2people1life".
For their wedding in Karachi, Pakistan, a home was decorated with roses and marigolds and arrangements were made for traditional musicians to perform.
The ceremony was organized by a local events company.
Pelling said it was one of the most memorable ceremonies to date.
Their plans to travel to India and beyond may have hit a bump in the road.
According to a post on their Facebook page this week, the couple's van nicknamed "Peggy" broke down in Pakistan and can't be repaired.
Now they're trying to decide whether to quit or carry on.