A wedding brought Christine Campbell and Ty Hoffer together, which isn't a surprise. After all, Christine is a wedding planner. Ty was a guest at an event she organized, and the two started talking. "We both knew it was right," she says.

At Christine and Todd's own wedding, expectations ran high. "I knew that people would wonder what a wedding planner's wedding would be like," says Christine, who spent six months making sure that every detail was perfect—from the ubiquitous chocolate-brown-and-apple-green color scheme to the newlyweds' grand exit in a swanky Rolls Royce convertible.

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A wedding brought Christine Campbell and Ty Hoffer together, which isn't a surprise. After all, Christine is a wedding planner. Ty was a guest at an event she organized, and the two started talking. "We both knew it was right," she says.

At Christine and Todd's own wedding, expectations ran high. "I knew that people would wonder what a wedding planner's wedding would be like," says Christine, who spent six months making sure that every detail was perfect—from the ubiquitous chocolate-brown-and-apple-green color scheme to the newlyweds' grand exit in a swanky Rolls Royce convertible.

The couple had their first dance to the Bob Dylan-penned "To Make You Feel My Love," which was performed by several friends. "Besides hearing her say, 'I do' at the church, it was my favorite part of the night," says Ty.