World's first weightless wedding
Bride Erin Finnegan and bridegroom Noah Fulmor, both of New York, seal their marriage vows with a kiss during the first weightless wedding aboard a specially-equipped Boeing 727, owned by Zero Gravity Corporation, while flying over the Gulf of Mexico after taking off from Titusville, Florida, June 20, 2009. Finnegan and Fulmor floated into matrimony on Saturday thousands of feet (metres) above the Gulf of Mexico in what organizers said was the world's first weightless wedding held in zero gravity conditions. To recreate the weightless experience without going into space, the plane executed parabolic flight maneuvers, climbing sharply and descending several times during the one-hour flight.
Bridegroom Noah Fulmor and his bride Erin Finnegan, both of New York, float and celebrate with the rest of the wedding party after saying their vows aboard a specially-equipped Boeing 727 of the Zero Gravity Corporation over the Gulf of Mexico