Independence groom will kiss his bride at the stroke of midnight on New Year's Eve
9:50 PM, Dec 30, 2010
3:53 PM, Dec 31, 2010
INDEPENDENCE, Missouri - The stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve is the time the
whole world shares a kiss.
But for an Independence couple, their kiss will ring in much
more than a new year.
Rachelle Steele and John Kampe will be pronounced husband and
wife with their midnight kiss.
Their wedding will take place in the middle of their New
Year’s Eve party.
"About 11:30 I guess we will start the ceremony. We'll have the
wedding right in the middle of the New Year's Eve party. Our kiss
will be at midnight and our anniversary will be
one,one,one,one,” Steele said.
They say the kiss will be just about the only thing that is
traditional in the wedding ceremony.
The couple will be part of a blended family. He has three
children. She has three dogs.