Let INSight Marry You: A Fort Wayne Couple's Big Day (PHOTOS)

By Emma Koch

Let INSight Marry You: A Fort Wayne Couple's Big Day (PHOTOS)

May 17, 2013 Updated Nov 19, 2013 at 3:32 PM EDT

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (www.incnow.tv) -- INSight was very happy to be a part of Jen and Dan's big day.

Jen and Dan were selected as the winning couple in the Let INSight Marry You contest. The couple was announced as the winners in February and the viewing audience voted for all the wedding details leading up to the big day, May 17, 2013.

The viewing audience got to vote for all the wedding details and ultimately decided on elements for the wedding that the bride said were "perfect".

First, wedding invitations were chosen from three designs provided by The Monogram Shoppe. Then, the public voted and selected the dress Jen preferred from The Bride To Be Boutique and the bridesmaid dresses. The viewers went classic with their choice of tuxedo for the men from Christopher James Menswear Tuxedoes.

The rings were chosen from a selection provided by Freeman Jewelers in April while the public voted on and chose the bridal bouquets from Rose's Bouquets.

The ceremony took place at Eddie Merlot's at Jefferson Pointe at 12:15 p.m. Friday afternoon and was aired live on 21Alive. Kyrou's Music provided harp and violin music to set the mood before the ceremony and for the processional, recessional and receiving line.

For the wedding day, The Red Stiletto provided the makeup and hair for Jen and she looked incredible. At the reception, Megasound! kept the celebration going. Courtney's Bakery provided three choices for the cake, ranging from wild to classic and the public chose the traditional cake with the monogram.

The whole event was lovely and 21Alive and INSight would like to wish Jen and Dan well in their lives as Mr. & Mrs. Hartman.

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