Enjoy was in the air for a single couple aboard a current Southwest flight.
Thanks to the crew, they got a special “wedding ceremony” to kick off their 40th anniversary in Hawaii.
In a video Southwest Airlines tweeted, the flight attendant announces that a passenger named Bonnie would be walking down the aisle as a bride.
“We’re about to have a wedding right here on Southwest Airlines,” she can be heard saying over the intercom. “We have our bride back right here. She’s going to stroll down the aisle to her husband of 40 years.”
If you are celebrating your wedding anniversary onboard, why not have yet another wedding altogether? pic.twitter.com/8ApTKilKUR
Dennis, the groom, was at the front of the plane anxiously awaiting his bride as passengers broke out in applause and cheers.
As soon as Bonnie reached the faux alter near the cockpit, donning a homemade toilet paper veil, she kissed her groom.
“Our flight crews normally celebrate, commemorate, acknowledge and share in particular moments with our shoppers,” Southwest spokesperson Emily Samuels told ABC News of the joyous ceremony. “In this certain instance, our customers have been traveling in celebration of their 40th wedding anniversary—heading out for a second honeymoon. When our flight attendants discovered of this, they had the notion that in addition to making a veil, as they frequently do for customers who are traveling for their wedding or anniversary, they would also do a wedding march through the flight. They took it a step further—making a bridal bouquet in a coffee cup, with blue toilet paper flowers for ‘something blue.’ They created the groom a boutonniere for his shirt.”
Congrats to the longtime lovebirds!
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