“I can never do that,” said David Stelzer, a 52-year-old from Washington, D.C. “I’ll be there on my feet, and my wife’s waiting in the wings.”
Stelzer has been married to his wife, Susan, since 1993.
They have three young children and a 10-year old daughter.
“When I think about it now, I was kind of expecting it, but I couldn’t have asked for a better wedding,” he said.
“We have such great joy and joy of our life together.
And I can’t imagine a more perfect marriage than what we have.”
The couple attended the same wedding two years ago, but Stelzers wife said the wedding was less memorable.
When the couple arrived for the ceremony, he said, “I was pretty sure I wouldn’t be able to walk in there.”
“I have never had any trouble getting dressed,” he added.
“The whole experience has been a lot of fun and exciting.”
At the ceremony Friday, the two were joined by their wives and their children.
David Stelzar said his wife said she was nervous, but the two enjoyed the reception.
“She’s not nervous at all,” Stelzebo said.
“She’s just really excited to get the wedding started and it’s going to be great.”
“I think the whole experience was a lot more than we could have imagined,” he continued.
“We’re excited about our marriage and we can’t thank everyone enough for being there.”
The ceremony was held in Washington, the second wedding for the couple.
It was originally planned to take place in Idaho but the wedding planners changed the destination after learning that the state was in the midst of a same-sex marriage ban.