More than 70 women made headlines recently at a caravan park in Bristol where they reportedly married dozens of trees in a bid to try and prevent them from being chopped down.
Yes, it was a matter of sheer wooden bliss with nature enthusiasts expressing their love for trees like never before seen.
The shocking ceremony took place at the exact same site where numerous builders threatened the cutting down of those trees to help develop a mega housing project. Moreover, the event is in its final stage as the builders have already handed in plans worth more than 55 million pounds, confirmed reports.
The real goal is to build around 166 new apartments over there, confirmed the spokesperson from the building company.
Moreover, many organizers started to raise their eyebrows when they heard of how so many women began calling those trees their new partners for life. But that was not the only thing on so many people’s minds.
Yes, it was just a short matter of time before the brides began to talk about how each tree meant so much to them, like a loving partner. They even went about explaining how marriage to a particular tree was another major symbolic moment for them.
As they began to join hands together in the massive holy matrimony, all the brides also began highlighting their plans which saw so many trees fall to the ground.
The women came dressed as real brides, including long bridal gowns that arose from a number of different cultures.They claimed to have been inspired by the famous Chipko Movement from the 1970s.
Here is where a large number of women from a village in the Mandal region, joined hands together, in an effort to try and protect the forests from being chopped down and destroyed forever.
The women hope their efforts will not go to vain as they show the world how trees are their true partners for life.