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Melissa & David: A City Hall Wedding in Castle Rock, CO

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Melissa & David in Castle Rock, CO
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Melissa wore a pink silk dress with a black lace overlay. David wore a black suit with a white rose boutonniere.
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As her "something blue," Melissa's mom gave her a bouquet of blue hydrangeas with pink rose and ranunculus accents for the day.
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The couple waited outside Courtroom #1 for their 5 p.m. appointment.
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After Melissa and David registered their names, they were joined by their parents, grandparents, and friends for a short and sweet civil ceremony.
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The couple asked Judge Paul King to officiate the wedding ceremony.
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Melissa and David, accompanied by their family and friends, celebrated over dinner.
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The newlyweds spent the weekend after the ceremony at the Boradmoor Resort in Colorado Springs for a mini-honeymoon.

Melissa & David in Castle Rock, CO

David didn't make a great first impression on Melissa. The two met at a Halloween party -- he was dressed as a homeless person with a sign reading, "Homeless, Need Drink and Girl, God Bless." "I rolled my eyes and thought, What a stupid sign," says Melissa. "Then I noticed his gorgeous smile, and he kept staring at me, so I decided to go talk to him." After dating for over a year, David surprised Melissa with an engagement ring hidden at the bottom of her Easter basket. The Bride Melissa Elaine Boyne, 26, research scientist The Groom David Brian Hiserote, 25, insurance representative A couple of months into planning their spring wedding, the two had a change of heart. "We started to feel like the wedding was so far away, and we were just too excited to wait that long," says Melissa. They decided to have a short civil ceremony at the Douglas County Courthouse on the two-year anniversary of meeting each other and celebrate with a larger reception the following year.
- Jenna Joyce
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