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Couple Gets Married In Garden Section Of The Home Depot

An Arizona couple tied the knot in the garden section of The Home Depot where they both work.
Posted at 11:56 AM, Jun 08, 2015

Of all the places people choose to tie the knot, one couple in Arizona decided to have their ceremony right where they work — The Home Depot.

Now, that's a different type of aisle to walk down. The ceremony took place in the garden section of the store, so talk about the perfect backdrop. KPHO was there to witness Marty Tetrault and Kelly Olsen's vows:

"In copper pipes and elbows," said Marty.

"And in lumber and in concrete," replied Kelly.

And to top it off, the bride's bouquet was made out of the tools she works with every day.

"She works in the plumbing department. Her bouquet was made of plumbing supplies. That's one way to save money on your nuptials," said HLN host Robin Meade.

Marty works in the lumber and building department and says they don't get to see each other as often as one might think.

"There are a couple departments within the store here that separate us, so we don't really get to share a lot of time together within the store," he told KPHO.

All the people in the wedding party were co-workers who were considered family.

Congrats, you two. You did it. (Video via The Home Depot)

Now, we can't help but hope you left the ceremony like this. (Video via Sony Pictures / "Easy A")

You can see more of their special day by visiting KPHO's website.

This video includes images from Getty Images.