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Romo marries former Miss Missouri in Dallas wedding

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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and former TV sports reporter Candice Crawford have tied the knot in what was called the wedding of the year in Dallas.

Cowboys signal-caller Tony Romo married Candice Crawford on Saturday in a lavish Dallas ceremony that included about 600 onlookers.
Cowboys signal-caller Tony Romo married Candice Crawford on Saturday in a lavish Dallas ceremony that included about 600 onlookers. (Tony Gutierrez/Associated Press)

KDFW-TV says the nuptials were held Saturday evening at Arlington Hall, a historic mansion along Turtle Creek in uptown Dallas.

The Dallas Morning News reported Monday that about 600 guests attended the nuptials.

Former Cowboys head coach Wade Phillips was there, along with Cowboys owner Jerry Jones with his wife Gene. People Magazine reported that Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant also attended, along with receiver Miles Austin and guard Leonard Davis.

Groomsmen included the bride's brother and "Gossip Girl" actor Chace Crawford, tight end Jason Witten and linebacker Bobby Carpenter. Michelle Witten (Jason's wife), Cortney Carpenter (Bobby's wife) and Jossalyn Romo (Tony's sister) were bridesmaids, according to The Morning News.

Chace along with Danielle Derose, Tony's sister, read from Ephesians before the vows and the Wittens' son, C.J., served as ring bearer.

The 30-year-old Romo has been dating Crawford since late 2009. Crawford is a 25-year-old Lubbock native and former beauty queen. She was Miss Missouri in 2008.

The couple got engaged in December and registered at Crate & Barrel and Macy's.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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