If you’ve ever been in a starship, you’ve probably heard of a Space Wedding. This unique ceremony is held in the far future and takes place in space. It first appeared in the series Graybles 1000+, and it’s set on a rose-diamond ship with space wedding People as guests. It sounds cool, doesn’t it? So what does a space wedding entail? Well, it’s an experience you’ll never forget.
A raw space wedding may be the perfect choice for the bride and groom who want something a little less traditional and less expensive. You can find a space with an unfinished look that captures the unique personality of the couple and their love story. You can hire a professional to help you transform a space into a wedding reception, but if you’re a DIYer, a space like this might be the best option for you.
In June of 2015, Ekaterina Dmitriev, a Russian-American, married Yuri Malenchenko from the International Space Station, via satellite video link. Although the couple were separated by a vast distance, they shared the same ceremony. Dmitrieva walked down the aisle to a David Bowie song. Her husband wore a white bow tie to mark the occasion. The wedding ceremony lasted nearly an hour, and the effects of this first “space wedding” are still felt years after the couple tied the knot.
A Japanese firm has begun accepting reservations for a space wedding. The ceremony will take place 100 kilometers above Earth’s surface. The couple will exchange their vows while suspended in zero gravity and could invite up to three other guests, including a priest. Unlike traditional weddings, however, the couple won’t be far enough into space to truly feel floating in space. In the future, this tradition is prohibited in cosmonaut contracts. So, what are the chances of a space wedding happening?
After the space wedding, the Russian Mission Control Center never got in touch with the groom. The space station’s mission was extended until the end of October, but it was too late to postpone the ceremony. Sergei Gorbunov, the commander of the Russian space station, said that no state resources should be spent on a space wedding. The wedding took place in Yaroslavl, Russia, and was broadcast live. The couple later had a daughter named Camilla, which they named Camilla.
Despite the difficulties of a space wedding, it is possible to plan a religious wedding on Mars. The couple has selected a church in Yaroslavl, a city north of Moscow with traditional Russian church architecture. The bride wore a white traditional wedding gown and entered the hall to David Bowie’s “Absolute Beginners.” She put on her wedding ring herself, and then blew a kiss to her husband via video conference.