Lance Renberg and Brittany Horton- both funeral directors, chose the Woodlawn Cemetery, one of the largest burial grounds in New York
For the bride and groom, since taking care of dead people is what they do for a living, tying the knot in a cemetery was typically natural.
Lance Renberg and Brittany Horton- both funeral directors, say they chose the Woodlawn Cemetery, one of the largest burial grounds in New York, due to it's beautiful area.
"Oh, I've gotten all kinds of jokes," said groom Lance Renberg, "We've had a couple people say, you know, when I say till death do us part should I look around?"
"When we met two years ago, I knew she was the one right away," said Renberg, "In our profession we celebrate a life, so why not celebrate our beginning of our life together."
"No one has ever been married at Woodlawn," said newlywed Brittany Renberg, "so once they had the paperwork we signed it and we were on board from the get go."
"If you take away the cemetery aspect it's just a great beautiful area," said Brittany.
Of course, they couldn't leave in any old vehicle.
"I've heard are you driving away in hearse? No, we aren't doing that," laughed Brittany.
"We are driving away in a black Cadillac. You know, that would be in good taste," said Lance.