Passengers on a Southwest Airlines flight from Las Vegas to Baltimore got more entertainment than they bargained for when a couple walked down the aisle of the plane ... and got married.
The employees of Southwest were all in on the special event. They helped passengers turn their overhead reading lights on to light the path of the aisle and played music, while the pilot conducted the ceremony over the intercom.
The bride wore a white wedding dress. The groom wore a tux. And, the vows included a promise to become members of the frequent flyer miles program.
While the newlyweds didn't have a wedding cake to share, they were able to get their picture taken with a makeshift "cake," constructed of straws, toilet paper and napkins.