They say no two weddings are exactly the same, but one Japanese couple tied the knot in a particularly unique fashion, when they were married by a robot!
Satoko Inoue and Tomohiro Shibata said their vows in Tokyo in front of the i-Fairy.
The robot, which is normally used to direct visitors through museums and science exhibits, was given a wreath and flowers and reprogrammed to act as the priest at the couple's wedding.
The couple chose to be married by the i-Fairy because it brought them together - the bride works at the company where it is made and the groom is a client.
After saying "I do", the bride also explained that she wanted to use the event as a way to make people think of robots as being part of their lives rather than just in a factory.
The ceremony was certainly different from the norm, but the couple's families supported the idea.