Tony Romo And Candice Crawford Tie The Knot

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Just after 5 p.m. Saturday, bride Candice Crawford walked through the front entrance of Arlington Hall at Lee Park, hiding behind black umbrellas being carried by members of her wedding party.  The former 33 News reporter could be seen wearing all white and a veil.

Just minutes earlier, The 33 News caught exclusive video of most of the men in the wedding party arriving, including many of quarterback Tony Romo's teammates on the Dallas Cowboys.  All were wearing black pants, while some were carrying or wearing white jackets, the rest with black jackets.

Shortly after the wedding party arrived at Arlington Hall, guests came through the other side of Lee Park, including Cowboys legends Troy Aikman and Roger Staubach, and current Cowboys Dez Bryant and Miles Austin.  After dropping off their cars to valets, guests walked up some steps and were greeted with colorful cocktails.

Earlier in the day, dozens of workers put together the finishing touches on the dream wedding.  Two massive tents were setup on the grass of Lee Park, capable of holding hundreds of the couples' closest friends and family.

Near the grounds of Lee Park, Dayna Davis took in all of the excitement with her family.

"We've lived here for a year and a half, but it's the first time we've seen them actually build a platform and build something like this, it's crazy to watch," said Davis.

Davis says she's watched the wedding preps for the last 3 and a half weeks.

"We've seen the symphony here and the pooch parade and lots of things but nothing that's taken over the whole park," Davis told The 33 News.

Jason Pankz came by Lee Park to snap a couple of photos of the big day.

"I've lived down here many years, and they said it was going to be a small event, but this is the biggest wedding I've seen down here," he said.

Pankz, a Cowboys fan, has an ulterior motive as to why he's excited about the Romo/Crawford nuptials.

"I'm hoping now that he is in a solid relationship that the football improves with it," said Pankz as he laughed.

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