Eric Decker and Jessie James Wedding: Attendees, Photos and Details
It's not exactly difficult to see why Eric Decker and Jessie James are such a popular duo within the sports and entertainment world.
Decker is a burgeoning wide receiver playing for the Denver Broncos, currently one of the best teams in the NFL. James is an Italian-born, up-and-coming country singer.
Most importantly, despite the fame and riches that often make relationships impossible, they are madly in love.
The couple professed their endless devotion towards each other Saturday with what appeared to be a magnificent, beautiful wedding.
According to Lily Harrison of E! Online, James and Decker were married at St. Francis in Castle Rock, Colo., while the reception was at the Castle Cliff Estates.
James posted a couple of pictures of the two dancing at the gorgeous reception:
Attendees of the wedding were family and close friends, per the E! report, but there were certainly some familiar public faces in attendance as well.
On Friday, Zach Reif posted this picture of Decker getting in a round of golf with his close buddies, including star Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas, the other half of the brilliantly nicknamed "Black and Decker":
Also, there was Glen Mason, former Minnesota football head coach who gave Decker a shot out of high school. He posted this picture of the lovely couple:
On Sunday morning, Decker gave us a couple more looks at the absolutely stunning location of their celebration—along with a trouble-making squirrel:
If you want to see more of the beautiful wedding and clearly head-over-heels-in-love couple, Decker and James are going to be the focus of the upcoming E! reality show, Love and Other Contact Sports: Eric and Jessie.
According to Lesley Goldberg of the Hollywood Reporter, it will "chronicle the sexy young couple's road to the altar as they juggle careers, relationships, family and more."
Reality shows aren't exactly my thing, but this isn't Ryan Lochte or Kim Kardashian. These are two down-to-earth people who are fully in love, and Saturday night's wedding was clearly indicative of that love.
Good luck to the new bride and groom.
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