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Kelly & Lee: A Formal Wedding in Dallas, TX

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Kelly & Lee in Dallas, TX
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While traveling to Dallas from England for business in 2001, Lee Lamont literally bumped into Kelly Arthus at a crowded bar. "We wouldn't say it was love at first sight, but there was definitely a connection that neither of us had felt before," Kelly remembers. They exchanged numbers and started dating, sometimes long distance, for the next year an ...
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Northern England met Eastern Texas at the October wedding, with plenty of nods to both cultures. The English Lamonts sang football songs and "Rule Britannia," and the Texans, not to be outdone, joined in with "The Star-Spangled Banner."
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The groom's cake featured a Union Jack flag -- "Lee wouldn't have it any other way!"
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After dinner and dancing, guests waved sparklers as Kelly and Lee left the reception for their Hawaiian honeymoon. "All of our gifts were kind and generous, but the single most precious gift was the one we gave to each other in Hawaii. We found out six weeks after that we are to have our first child!"

Kelly & Lee in Dallas, TX

Kelly and Lee's elegant wedding honored the groom's British heritage while also celebrating the bride's Texan upbringing. THE BRIDE Kelly Arthus THE GROOM Lee Lamont THE DATE October 11 "I knew Kelly was the one and had been thinking about it for some time," Lee remembers. He proposed on her apartment balcony, with a limo waiting to take them to dinner. "During the ride, Kelly was excited and wanting to call her sister and close friends. No one answered. That's because they were all at the restaurant, waiting for her." The couple celebrated with Kelly's sister and friends that night, and then planned the big day together as well.
- Amy Thomas
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