At JetBlue's In-Flight Wedding: a Garbage-Bag Veil and Sugar-Packet Bouquet
Disclaimer: This nuptials were “just for fun.”
When Chas and Dina hopped on a flight to Seattle where they planned to elope, it’s safe to say they weren’t expecting the impromptu (and incredibly creative) “I Do” the flight crew had set up for them.
The joy is all in the details for this one: a sugar packet bouquet, garbage bag veil, napkins-turned-flower-petals, and a paper bow tie. Oh, and some random passenger serenaded the flight with his carry-on a saxophone.
According to the couple, the in-flight wedding was even more elaborate than what they planned for the actual event. Take a look:
Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.
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