Newlyweds get midair wedding ceremony on flight to honeymoon

Taylor and Mikaela Flowers were surprised with a special wedding re-enactment aboard their Southwest Airlines flight to their Mexico honeymoon.
0:36 | 08/08/17

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In an unlikely place to have a wedding ceremony is on a plane that's a good couple given a renewed their vows. But on their way to their honeymoon they did it Michaela and Taylor flower detectives they walk down the aisle again. This time on a Southwest Airlines plane. A flight attendant asked them to repeat their valve and the bride wore a crown made from potato bad the potato chip. In a veil of poetic paper while music played over the intercom and a vow to love each other into always put their small carry on underneath the seat. Not in the overhead bin. That's a love story that is the story bet we'll look at.

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