First couple to float down the aisle at the Kennedy Space Center

It is said that Marriages are made in heaven but here is one couple who intend to live out this statement with a non-gravitational twist. Noah Fulmor and Erin Finnegan have not planned to exchange rings in heaven, but they are pretty sure about saying “I do” at a venue that’s actually out of this world. Scheduled for June 20, the couple has decided to exchange vows on an aircraft at the center at Cape Canaveral, Florida. Since the setup will simulate weightlessness similar to a spaceship in orbit, the bride and the groom will float through the ceremony for once in a lifetime. Also the ring that will bind them for a lifetime is made of fragments from a meteorite that crashed into the Earth 30,000 years ago. Interestingly such an adventurous pair had met up at a science fiction club. No wonder they intend to commit to each other in such a ludicrous manner.

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Miss Finnegan will wear a designer wedding dress with trousers to protect her modesty during weightlessness. However they need not expect many guests as each will have to shell out £3,250 ($5,000) to witness the ceremony. Operated by Zero Gravity Corporation, the interior of the aircraft replicates levels of weightlessness found on Mars or the Moon and has padded surface.