INDIANAPOLIS, IN — Non-traditional weddings are becoming more popular, leaving couples seeking the most unique way to say I do. While “Indy Get Married” hosts all kinds of unique weddings, this one might literally “take the cake.” Newly engaged couples can now meet their officiant Lesley at the airfield in Fishers, Indiana. Say you’re vows and escape by helicopter for a tour of downtown Indianapolis. You can even add other notable landmarks to their fly-over like the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Geist Reservoir, or perhaps even a flight over your new home.
“Some couples want to forego the church and reception and skip straight to the adventure of wedded bliss. We offer those kinds of options because you are unique and deserve a ceremony that reflects your personality and lifestyle.” — Lesley Acevedo, Owner – Indy Get Married
Indy Get Married was created by Lesley Acevedo who envisioned becoming an officiant so she could give couples from diverse or unique backgrounds memorable ways to say “I do.” The amazing thing about this latest offer (a helicopter that swoops in like a blockbuster movie) allows you to make your own traditions and celebrate your union your own way.
Helicopter packages are incredibly affordable, starting at $549, and couples are already making inquiries for next year’s wedding dates.
How does this work?
It’s quite simple really… Once you reserve the date you choose by paying your deposit, Your officiant takes care of the rest. We would meet at the airfield in Fishers and conduct your civil ceremony. You can choose one of three options. Your ceremony can be held in either a conference room, outside in front of your helicopter (weather permitting), or in the air during your helicopter ride.
You would need to bring your marriage license the day of, so please be sure to apply for this no more than 60 days in advance (they expire after 60 days.)
In the rare instance, there is low fog or cloudy, freezing rain, your flight would be rescheduled at the earliest convenience. The helicopter does have heat and or air for any season.
The weight limit for the helicopter ride is 300 per person and 550 pounds for all passengers combined. Whew! Now that we have all the boring details out of the way. Let’s get you scheduled!