'Today' show wedding couple says 'I do'; honeymoon location announced

Thursday, September 30, 2010 | 11:09 a.m. CDT; updated 10:50 p.m. CDT, Thursday, September 30, 2010
Melissa McMillin, 21, and Jeremy Gebhardt, 22, share cake after exchanging vows on the Today Show.

* This story originally placed the Turks and Caicos islands in the Caribbean Sea. They are in the Atlantic Ocean, between the Bahamas and the Dominican Republic.

COLUMBIA — Two became one Thursday morning beneath a rain-covered tent in Rockefeller Plaza.

Melissa McMillin, 21, and Jeremy Gebhardt, 22, exchanged vows and said "I do" on the "Today" show. They were announced the winners of the annual wedding contest five weeks ago, and since then, viewers have been voting on every detail of the wedding.


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The final detail selected was the honeymoon location: Turks and Caicos islands, south of the Bahamas*. The couple will wait until November for their honeymoon, according to the "Today" show. Melissa Gebhardt will have a break from school at that time. Jeremy Gebhardt is returning to Elmendorf Air Force Base in Alaska, where he is stationed with the Air Force.

The couple will start a home together in Columbia in spring.

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