A tennis pro and a swimsuit model fly to Austin, but instead of a punchline resulting in this clear setup for a joke, the two got married:
Andy Roddick married his fiancée, Brooklyn Decker, in a twilight ceremony at his Austin, Texas, home on Friday, PEOPLE has confirmed.
The tennis pro, 26, and the swimsuit model, 21, exchanged vows in an intimate candlelit ceremony before a group of close friends and family.
“They are absolutely perfect for each other,” a family friend tells PEOPLE. “I think they knew that from the moment they met that they were perfect for each other.”
At the ceremony, bridesmaids wore strapless, chocolate-colored gowns, and the setting was decorated with bright, tropical flowers. The bride’s gown was by Vera Wang. Guests – including tennis greats Steffi Graf and Andre Agassi – were also treated to a musical performance by Roddick’s longtime friend, Sir Elton John.
Roddick and Brooklyn met when Andy saw Decker in a swimsuit issue for Sports Illustrated and decided to track down her number. Which isn’t much of a story. If I ended up marrying anyone I was determined to call after seeing them in a scantily-clad magazine spread, I’d have to move to Utah and take up polygamy.
Celebrity polygamy. There’s a goal. Become the world’s first polygamist that only marries celebrities.
Here’s Brooklyn in her bra while she is probably – at this moment – consummating her marriage.