A U.S. citizen of Russian descent, Ekaterina Dmitriev, married Russian cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko in space over the weekend via video link. Dmitrieva was on earth, while Yuri was in space, on the International Space Station. The wedding ceremony was recorded using satellite technology, and the couple exchanged vows by video link. The bride walked down the aisle to a David Bowie song, while Yuri posed with a life-size cardboard cutout of himself. The best man also played the wedding march.
A Japanese space company has begun accepting reservations for their “space weddings,” which will take place 100 kilometers above Earth’s surface. The wedding will be broadcast live over the Internet, and two additional guests can be invited. In addition to the bride and groom, a priest may also be present. A live stream of the ceremony can also be included. However, these arrangements aren’t for everyone. Misty Miotto Photography has taken the space wedding concept to a whole new level with her breathtaking photos and video recordings.
Yuri Malenchenko was a cosmonaut who had a long and impressive space career. He has been on five space missions, logging more than two years in space. His record of space flight duration puts him in second place in the ranking of the longest-serving cosmonauts. His 827 days and nine hours in space is an incredible achievement. He is a recipient of the highest award in Russian space science and technology, the Soyuz-Ferry Medal. And despite the many challenges, his space wedding is a perfect example of a successful marriage.
Even more exotic locations will be available for space weddings, including Mars. Once the venue is finished, the chapel will conduct the ceremony live, so your guests can watch it from Earth. A space wedding on Mars could be a unique and unforgettable experience. The Chapel of the Flowers, meanwhile, plans on conducting the ceremony on Mars as well. Once the chapel is built and the venue is ready for guests, they will begin to broadcast the ceremony live over the Internet, and Earth will close all non-essential businesses.
A raw space wedding may sound like an upscale, edgy celebration, but it’s not as glamorous as it sounds. If you’re looking for a truly sentimental space and one that reflects your love story, raw spaces are a great option. But if you’re unsure about the space, hire a professional to help you design the perfect space for your big day. If you don’t have the budget for a designer, you can save money by renting a space instead.
If you’re a couple who’s planning their wedding, the CL Space may be a good option. The historic brick walls and beamed ceilings are a great combination of rustic and modern style. The space can accommodate 50-150 guests, depending on the number of guests. The catering service can be as unique as you want it to be, and the venue allows you to bring in your own food and alcohol. All this makes it a great option for a wedding.