Crystal Ra Laksmi claims that her inward lady, called Crystal, wedded her internal man, named Ra after the Egyptian sun god, at the function in her native Estonia.
Ms Laksmi wore a wonderful wedding dress for the ceremony and gave herself a ring to affirm the union.
She said: “The fact that I connected my male and female sides makes me stronger. It makes me a real queen
The wedding was attended by 21 visitors who clearly share Ms Laksmi’s perspectives on life and reasoning.
However, single individual weddings are not perceived in Estonia, or some other nation, so the service was not lawfully binding.
Ms Laksmi said she did not rule out the prospect of marrying a man in a more conventional wedding in the future.
She said that marrying herself first would demonstrate an impeccable practice for the genuine article, if that ever happens.
She is not the first woman to marry herself. Jennifer Huss, from Holland, did the same in 2003 when she turned 30, saying she had sat tight sufficiently long for Mr Right.
Prior this year, Sophie Tanner, 37, wedded herself at a service in Brighton to hit back at the shame of being single.
What’s more, in 2015, Yasmin Eleby, from Houston, Texas, got married solo in the wake of neglecting to discover the man she had always wanted before turning 40.