Neither bride nor groom waffles in syrupy ceremony
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Couple ties knot in South Carolina Waffle House
June 22, 1999
Web posted at: 8:46 p.m. EDT (0046 GMT)
SPARTANBURG, South Carolina (CNN) -- Waitress Debra Steadman
and grill cook Matthew Cox feel so at home at the Waffle
House, where they both work, that they decided to hold their
wedding in the restaurant Tuesday.
About 60 family and friends of the couple filled the Waffle
House in Spartanburg, South Carolina, for the ceremony.
Regular customers contributed to the costs of the wedding
cake, reception food and decorations in the restaurant, which
remained open during the nuptials.
The couple went to the parking lot for the traditional
tossing of the bouquet and garter.
Steadman, 33, has worked at the Waffle House since she was
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