Terrifying Wedding Hot Air Balloon Crash Caught on Tape Won't Keep Happy Couple Down (VIDEO)


hot air balloon crashEvery bride has a dream wedding, and for a couple in San Diego, that dream included taking their vows in a hot air balloon. And then that dream came crashing down. Literally. 

The hot air balloon carrying the bride, Kerin Narcisse, and the groom, Jonathan Narcisse, crashed during their ceremony. Though they all survived, the footage from the wedding is nothing short of harrowing.

Luckily, these two have a sense of humor and said they plan to skydive on their first wedding anniversary since falling out of the air is apparently their karma. But oh. My. WORD. This is scary. See below:


I don't know what it means for a couple to have a crash landing on their wedding day. Is it a sign? Since everyone was OK, I'd say it's a good sign, right?

Maybe it means they will weather life's storms together and come closer together for it. There is a life lesson in here somewhere, I am just not sure what it is.

This story could have ended so much more tragically. In fact, the couple almost clipped a power line. "That would have been electrifying," the groom joked.

Oh wait! I got it! The life lesson is this: Always, always keep your sense of humor. Seriously, these people rock. And guess what: They still had their reception a couple hours later.

It's the true definition of resiliency and more power to this couple. I wish them nothing but the best. And hey, it's probably all blue skies and fluffy clouds ahead now, right? After all, the worst happened and they are fine!

Would you ever marry in a hot air balloon?


in the news


To add a comment, please log in with

Use Your CafeMom Profile

Join CafeMom or Log in to your CafeMom account. CafeMom members can keep track of their comments.

Join CafeMom or Log in to your CafeMom account. CafeMom members can keep track of their comments.

Comment As a Guest

Guest comments are moderated and will not appear immediately.

livn4... livn4hevn

Idk why I watched that. I really want to go up in a hot air balloon  but that right there is the ONE THING that keeps me from actually doing it. lol. I'll never go now. Darnit.....

Texas... TexasGirl512

My husband has been a hot air balloon pilot for 20 years and one thing I've learned from him is that the pilot is responsible for the safety of his passengers, crew, and the public.

This pilot either failed to get a weather report for the wind speeds aloft, or got it and ignored it because booking a hot air balloon for a wedding is lucrative.

For the record: we got engaged in our hot air balloon but not married in it.

1-2 of 2 comments