So far they have been hitched among dolphins in Hawaii, dressed as vampires in LA, on an island in Honduras, in a crayfish-riddled lake in Michigan, in a vineyard in Quebec, on the beach in Mexico, on horseback in Banff and in 15 other locations around Central, South and North America.
The East Yorkshire couple have been travelling the world since last summer and celebrating their love for each other by having 22 wedding ceremonies in different countries - and they still have eight to go.
'At the end of our trip we will choose our favourite place to officially "tie the knot"!'
Ever since their first wedding in Manchester, the couple have kept an online blog about the travels, and professional photographers have helped document the trip. Anyone who wishes to attend one of their ceremonies can request an invitation on their blog.
'And of course we could not even begin to afford to throw a wedding every other week if it was not for the generosity of the photographers, suppliers, families and people we meet on our journey. Everyone helps us for free or a minimal cost as they want to help us spread the love and to be a part of our adventure!'
When asked about any problems they have encountered along the way, the couple say making repairs to Peggy has been the biggest hurdle.
'With regards to the wedding side of the journey, everyone has been so accommodating and we have had very few obstacles, only once were we turned away for a ceremony for not having committed to the same religious beliefs as the local church.'
The couple say their Peru wedding was 'the most emotional, touching and stunningly beautiful; and therefore probably their favourite, and that one of the trickiest to organise was in Belize, where they wanted to hold a ceremony in the Toledo district with help from local Mayan people, but where a week-long torrential downpour and a photographer stuck 600km awayhampered proceedings.
Even more luckily, they say they are still as much in love as they were when their adventure began.
'And probably more so! We are together 24 hours a day, seven days a week and live in a van. We arrange weddings, share the driving, split the blog workload and take it turns to make each other breakfast every day.'