ORANGE BEACH, Ala. (WALA) – At 5 p.m. on Saturday, June 12, AJ McCarron and Katherine Webb tied the knot. They exchanged their vows at the First United Methodist Church in Orange Beach.
Security at the wedding was tight. Police officers guarded both entrances of the church preventing fans and unwanted visitors from wedding crashing.
A few fans camped out from across the street. Priscilla Chamblin showed up at around 3:15 to get a glance of the bride and groom.
“We hope to see them all dressed up and coming out of the church,” she said.
Bicyclists and drivers slowed and turned their heads to try and see inside the church. Local residents peered over to the church from their front yards and drove golf carts down the sidewalk to see what was going on.
According to Jackie Frontiero who worked with the design team, it was a beautiful wedding with neutral colors and a pops of gold and blush.
The couple hired photographer, Tim Jones, to take video of the wedding. He used a drone to get video from above.
Outside the church we caught a quick glance of AJ walking in. A little while later, we believe Katherine arrived under an umbrella to prevent us from seeing her. After the ceremony a police car blocked our view of the door and groomsmen held up black covers to shield us from the couple.
Finally, at around 6 p.m., they drove off in a limo as Mr. and Mrs. McCarron.