This couple does not mind bringing a little luggage to their wedding day.
Michelle Belleau and Ron Peterson traveled to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport on Saturday to lift their love in front of family, friends and frequent flyers alike.
The couple chose the unique place – the first wedding in the history of the airport – because of the importance of it in their relationship.
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"He said he would really get married at the place we first met," Belleau told Cleveland.com. "I couldn't think of anything more perfect."
Twelve years ago in April, Belleau was asked by his boss to pick up a client at the airport. The client, Peterson, met Belleau on Southwest Airlines luggage claim 6.
After this chance meeting, Belleau and Peterson struck a long-distance relationship for two years while living in Cleveland and he lived in Los Angeles.
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Belleau has since moved to California with Peterson, and the couple have two daughters together, but they chose to fly back to the special airport where it all began .
Belleau told Cleveland.com It took some convincing to the airport officials to let her and Peterson host their 125 guests wedding in the baggage area, but eventually they approved the ceremony.
The couple went all-in on the airport theme for their special day, even by designing the saved cards to look like Southwest luggage brands – the airline Belleau credits helping to keep them together as they Often, their company-passport used benefits to visit each other in different cities around the country.
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Southwest also supplied the couple with decorations and served flight snacks at the ceremony, in addition to closing baggage claims 6 and 7 during the wedding, WKYC reported.
This is not Southwest Airlines' first wedding, though.
In June, a couple told their "I do" on a Baltimore-bound Southwest Airlines flight.
The couple reported aboard the plane in Las Vegas dressed in their wedding clothes – her a white dress and veil and him a tuxedo – and remained in their seats until 45 minutes left in the five-hour trip. At that time, they stood separately and headed towards opposite ends of the plane.
The pilot officiated the wives from the cabin.