Control-freak Bridezillas of the world, rejoice!
You can now CONTROL THE WEATHER on your wedding day (or for any other event, for that matter).
If you are worried that it might rain on your nuptial parade, worry no more. You can guarantee blue skies on your big day.
For a casual $200,000.
Yep, for just one-fifth-of-a-million-dollars, a cloud-busting team of scientists will fly up in the air and destroy the threatening clouds. Hello, future!
The pilots and meteorologists of Oliver’s Travels, who developed the system, fly into the sky and sprinkle silver iodide particles over the clouds threatening your venue. And poof! They disappear.
Warning: Probably don’t try this yourself. It sounds pretty hi-tech and science-y. Also, it’s a three-week process and has to be within 30 miles of an airport, and possibly not in Australia. But still… Holy Mother Earth, wow!
In other Bridezilla news: This is the worst we’ve seen. Ever.
As Oliver’s website promises:
“One thing always bugged us – we can help plan everything down to the last detail, but there was one thing we could never really change: The weather. So we decided to do something about that. We’re proud and just a little bit excited to be able to offer an exclusive ‘cloud-bursting’ service to our customers, 100 per cent guaranteeing fair weather and clear skies for when you tie the knot!”
This futuristic technique was employed at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (aka Kate and William), a Paul McCartney concert, and a the Beijing Olympics. And we didn’t even notice the little plane flying through the sky, sprinkling silver dust on the clouds like a science fairy.
Good work, scientists. Next step: Hoverboards.
What’s the most Bridesilla story you’ve ever heard? This was really up there for us…