(AP) Somebody probably got cold feet at this wedding, but the ceremony went on as planned. Stacy Ramsey and Matt McCorkle kept their vow to be married on the second anniversary of when they got together, and were married Thursday night in Lewiston.
It turned out to be the coldest night of the winter so far, with temperatures just a few degrees above zero and headed down.
The bride and groom both wore fur-lined hats and a couple of bonfires blazed as they exchanged vows in a backyard. Jets of frost steamed from their mouths as the couple said "I do."
McCorkle, who's spent most of his 19 years in Florida, says he was the one who came up with the idea. A dozen people witnessed the icy nuptials.
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