FOR most couples, the 'big day ensures that the beginning of their matrimonial life together starts on a high. However, a ceremony in Thailand has taken things to another level. Suspended from a cliff by sling wires, brides and grooms are saying, 'I do in a 'flying wedding ceremony to celebrate Valentines Day. Nitiphong Jittahong and Rattanaporn Supha were one of four Thai couples to take part in the annual event in Prachinburi province in east Thailand. Dressed casually with the brides in white and wearing harnesses, the couples grasp traditional bouquets of flowers as they manage to smile for their wedding day photos. At least there were no fears that either party would bolt at the altar. As with all marriages, though, there are always highs and lows - and four other couples proved this by taking the marriage ceremony to new depths. Parinyatit Kantarak and Piyaratwadee Sawasdee tied the knot while scuba diving in the Andaman Sea, in Trang, south Thailand. Narongchon Chomsa and Somyin Chomsa, both from Thailand, were wed in azure waters off Pak-Men beach in an event which marked the 14th anniversary of the underwater wedding ceremony. While Thai couple Manop Wongkam and his bride Parida Ruksutnirundorn said, 'I do at 10 metres, wearing traditional Chinese costumes at Chiang Mai Zoo Aquarium in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand. It marked what is said to be the most romantic day of the year, which coincides with the Chinese New Year today. Daily Mail