When guests see sight of a tornado, anything can happen. These newlyweds ran into some troubles when a tornado almost ruined this unforgettable celebration.
A Jamestown couple was ready to tie the knot. The tables were set, the tent was up, everything was going good, when guests spotted sight of a tornado in the sky, and things got a bit windy.
Lacey Keefer and Austin Wilson were scheduled to tie the knot at 4:30 Saturday on Chautauqua-Stedman Road, but before they could say, "I do," a twister ripped through Chautauqua County.
It didn't touch down at the wedding, but it certainly caused quit a stir. The tent was blown down, glasses and DJ equipment went flying and the whole wedding party scrambled to clean up.
As for the guests, many wet from all the rain, finished the celebration in peace, at the wedding they won't soon forget.
The bride's family tells News 4 they were most shocked by the fact that the cake survived. It was in the tent when the storm blew through. The Keefer family believes their late grandmother, who decorated cakes for a living, had something to do with its survival.
All in all, the wedding went on after people helped get it back together. Congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. Hope your wedding was unforgettable.