No, not a merry-go-round with festive horses and all that. A couple returned to marry Saturday where they met 12 years ago, at a baggage carousel at Cleveland Hopkins Airport.
With help from Southwest Airlines, which moved a baggage line and provided decorations, the couple stood on the conveyor in front of 125 guests to exchange their vows. The couple met when her employer sent her to pick up a client, now her husband.
After years of a long-distance relationship stretching from Cleveland to Los Angeles, using lots of Southwest flights, the bride moved to Los Angeles, but the groom decided they should marry at the airport. Save-the-Date cards were made to look like Southwest baggage tags, and the actual invitations were made up as boarding passes.