VIDEO: Bride Makes Unusual Entrance to Bushplane Wedding

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Usually, a traditional wedding involves the bride being walked down the aisle by her father.

For Sara Turner, that wasn’t the case. The local, who now resides in Calgary with her (now) husband, Kevin Lanni, and their twin boys, arrived at her wedding at the Bushplane Museum on Saturday afternoon in an interesting fashion – on a Beaver Floatplane, flown by her  father, who’s a pilot.

“My dad, Earl Turner, has been an aviation professor at Sault College since before I was born,” she told SaultOnline.

“He retired this year, and so the Bushplane seemed like a really great venue.

“And I couldn’t think of any better way than to come in on a float plane with my dad. Like what better way for a pilot to bring his daughter to her wedding day?”

Congratulations, Sara and Kevin!

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  1. Congratulations Sara and Kevin. Wow ! your Dad is retired? He was our instructor at Algoma Airways many many years ago. How fitting for you to be married at the Bush Plane Museum and your dad fly you there in a Beaver. Awesome. Ginny & Ernie Gulyas

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