Jake Bronstein began a whisper chain that successfully passed
through 59 people, a new world record. With his girlfriend Kristina Hoge
completely unaware of the plan, Bronstein sent the message “Kristina,
will you marry me?” around a roomful of strangers.
After the proposal
passed through 59 people, a random stranger whispered the message in the
ear of a completely shocked Hoge. She accepted onstage in front of a jubilant, tearful crowd.
Bronstein set the record on July 14, 2009 at a World Record
Appreciation Society event in New York City. Dan Rollman and CoreyHenderson were present to witness the feat.
Doug McManaman balanced 25 glasses on his chin at a wedding reception for 17.26 seconds.
A total of 10 weddings were held at Crazy Pinz Entertainment Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana. They set the record to celebrate Valentine's Day.
Corey and Autumn Pottratz got married in six minutes and 36 seconds, a
new world record. Their ceremony was cut short due to rain.
The record was set on July 7, 2007 in Westminster, Colorado. Laura
Huffman was present as a witness.
Laura Tolley had 103 bridesmaids for her wedding to Fred Brown. The
bridal party consisted of 90 women and 13 men, all wearing dresses.
Tolley’s original intent was to be recognized by Guinness World
Records, but they denied her submission on grounds that the
bridesmaids didn’t have matching dresses.
In honor of the Royal Wedding, Jon Burkhart stuffed 13 Royal
Wedding-related souvenirs down the wedding dress he was wearing in 30
seconds.The record was part of an Urgent Genius project.
In honor of the Royal Wedding, Phil McFarlane drummed 407 beats in 15
seconds wearing Prince William and Kate Middleton masks on his hands. He
used the beat counter program at drumcount.com and a drum trigger pad
to count the beats.
In honor of the Royal Wedding, Juan Frias said “I do” non-stop for 55.30
seconds while wearing a Kate Middleton mask. The record was part of an
Urgent Genius project.
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