It's not hard to spend $US16,000 (or much, much more) on a wedding. So you might as well get a zero gravity flight out of the deal.
New Yorkers Erin Finnegan and Noah Fulmor tied the knot on Zero Gravity Corp's G-Force One, a padded Boeing 727-200 flown with parabolic zero-g-inducing maneuvers.
The bride had to tie her hair down so that it didn't float. The groom wired his tux tails so that they wouldn't develop a mind of their own.
As you might expect, the ceremony was actually quite awkward since it consisted of a multiple microgravity first-timers donning formal gowns. At one point, a member of the bridal party's ring floated off, confusing the bride and groom as to just what to do with a third wedding band.
And then there was the magic of the first kiss:"The physics of the first kiss were off. I could feel where I was going, I knew where I needed to be, but it was hard to reconcile the differences," he told reporters.
"Noah knocked into my nose and I thought it would bleed," Finnegan said.