Thursday, September 3, 2015

Ryan Howard, Krystle Campbell were married Saturday in Maui

Congratulations to Ryan Howard and Krystle Campbell who were married Saturday in Maui. Not surprisingly, the Flyin' Hawaiian Shane Victorino attended the wedding, as did Ben Francisco and many of Howard's Phillies teammates.

Ryan Howard, Krystle Campbell were married Saturday in Maui

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Krystle Campbell.
Krystle Campbell.

Congratulations to Ryan Howard and Krystle Campbell who were married Saturday in Maui. Not surprisingly, the Flyin' Hawaiian Shane Victorino attended the wedding, as did Ben Francisco and many of Howard's Phillies teammates.

Howard and Campbell, a schoolteacher and former Eagles cheerleader, announced their engagement in April 2011. She was seen in August on TLC's "Say Yes to the Dress," which showed Campbell dress shopping at Kleinfeld's Bridal in New York.

The couple had registered online at Macy's, where the most expensive items are Swarovski crystal toasting flutes. If you're buying, they're asking for three pairs of the flutes at $390 per pair.

The cheapest item was a 13-inch washcloth which Joe Kinsey of BustedCoverage.com bought for the couple and recently received a handwritten thank you note signed by the couple.

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