Wedding Bells (sans bells)

Well it finally happened, and I’m finally writing about it.  I never thought I would ever get married, but then I met the love of my life.  Keiana is the most wonderful and patient woman in the world, (she’d have to be to put up with me).   We met at Fox 25 and started dating…which led to an engagement…which as you can tell led to our wedding.  Here’s the wedding announcement and benefit of working in TV news:

The wedding was in Edmond, Oklahoma where we live.  It’s semi-halfway between each of our families.  My groomsmen were making fun of me because at rehearsal I handed out what had to be a 10 page packet to everyone in the wedding party.  It detailed the ceremony down to the second.  I have a producing background and know if you have a good plan, things tend to go better for everyone involved.  The plan included step-by-step instructions for every member of the wedding party and crew.  No one moved if it wasn’t on the paper.  As it turns out, the wedding ceremony was almost flawless.  Planning pays off.

The honeymoon was spent aboard a Carnival Cruise to Mexico.  As much as I had endorsements…if anyone’s looking for a reasonably priced vacation I couldn’t offer higher praise.  The ship was incredible, the staff friendly, the excursions fascinating.   We got to tour Mayan ruins, explore a coral reef and eat incredible food.  Pictures can be found by clicking here.

Thanks to everyone for their love and support throughout the wedding.  Now we need that love, support and prayers as we work to make our marriage a wonderful journey together.