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Watch This Bride Throw Her Bouquet While Being Fired From a Human Slingshot [VIDEO]

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We’ve all been to a wedding reception where the bride finds a creative way to toss her bouquet, but we’ll bet you’ve never seen it done quite like this. Jacob and Natasha Jones from Utah got married earlier this month, and they came up with a unique way for her to throw the bouquet. With a human SLINGSHOT she was attached to huge rubber bands that whipped her back and forth, and soon the bouquet went flying.

First Natasha tossed her bouquet. Then Jacob hopped in and threw the garter belt. Here comes the bride!

Next: Watch What Happens When a Camera Is Hidden In The Bouquet

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