William and Kate might like to give this idea for their big day a miss.

A couple have turned the other cheek to tradition by getting married - in a naked wedding.

Melanie Schachner, 26, and Rene Schachner, 31, stripped off for their wedding in Feldkirchen, Austria, while guests remained clothed


Melanie Schachner, 26, and Rene Schachner, 31, had racked their brains to come up with something so memorable for their big day that they would never forget.

The groom and not-so-blushing bride decided to strip off and get married in the nude in front of their family and friends.

They walked down the aisle in a register office service in Feldkirchen, Austria, before celebrating with a reception in a nearby castle.

The bride walked down the aisle in a traditional veil while the groom only had his top hat to cover his modesty

Melanie wore a traditional veil and white high heels. Her breasts were exposed but a flesh-coloured thong covered her nether-regions.

The groom, however, remained totally nude throughout the service, using only a top hat to cover his modesty when posing for wedding pictures.

Thankfully for the couple, the registrar managed to keep her embarrassment under control and make it through the reading of the vows.

Melanie said: 'We're not ashamed of our bodies and we wanted to do something different. It certainly saved on a wedding dress.'

In 2009 Australian couple Ellie Barton and Phil Hendicott, who conducted their nuptials in the nude back in 2009.

They won a radio competition which awarded them a free wedding - as long as they both wore nothing at all.

But their 250 wedding guests were allowed clothes.

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  1. Wow.. why i never get a client like them.. hahahaha..


  2. anney Says:

    Maybe if i had the body to show off i can do that. lol!


  3. amicce Says:

    I don't know why they allow that thing to happen to on their marriage day. It's kinda funny but i am not in favor of this.


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