TODAY Throws a wedding bridal party attire winner revealed - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/8/09

TODAY Throws a wedding bridal party attire winner revealed

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Wednesday morning, the bridal party attire was revealed and the choices for the wedding rings were presented in the TODAY Throws a Wedding series.

NewsChannel 11's Karin McCay will be going to New York City to attend a very elaborate wedding. It's not just any wedding; it's the "TODAY Show Wedding of the Year." She will be covering the wedding for a very special couple with Lubbock ties.

In fact, you may have voted for Leigh Daniel and Nick Cordes in the "TODAY Throws a Wedding" contest. Leigh was raised here in Lubbock and was a track star at Texas Tech. With the help of your votes, she and her fiancé Nick have won, the all expense paid wedding courtesy of the "TODAY Show."

This week you can help choose other various aspects of Nick and Leigh's wedding. Starting Wednesday, you can vote on the wedding rings by clicking here.

NewsChannel 11 and Covenant Health System are compiling a scrapbook, full of congratulations from Leigh and Nick's friends and fans here on the South Plains. NewsChannel 11 will continue to follow the couple's plans leading up to their big day and will personally deliver the scrapbook on their wedding day, Wednesday July 15th in New York City. 

To include your congratulations in the scrapbook:

Email:  news@kcbd.com (any pictures must be less than 10mb)
Mail:  KCBD-TV, 5600 Avenue A, Lubbock TX 79404

Please include where you live in your email (example:  Lubbock, TX, Plainview, TX)
The deadline for submitting your well wishes to the couple is Friday July 10th at 5pm.

You can also follow Leigh and Nick on Twitter, http://twitter.com/nickandleigh.

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