A Glance At Tiffany Thornton's Wedding Ceremony With Husband; In Memory Of Their Once-Happy Married Life

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A Glance At Tiffany Thornton's Wedding Ceremony With Husband; In Memory Of Their Once-Happy Married Life

People only have memories to reminisce when the person who helped make those memories is gone. It becomes more painful if the separation is with the person we held most dear. Today, we will take a glance back at Tiffany Thornton’s wedding ceremony that is among one of the most beautiful weddings we encountered so far.

However, this wedding could not result in a ‘happy ending,’ something Tiffany might have dreamt of when she got married and turned her boyfriend into her husband. Let’s take our time out and embrace the couple’s beautiful wedding ceremony get to know the reason that made it unsuccessful.

Before starting to talk about the wedding, we would like you to know that the reason that ended Tiffany’s married life is not divorce but her husband’s unexpected demise.

A Wedding To Remember:

Tiffany set the date of her wedding to be November 12, 2011. On that day, Tiffany turned her dating affair into a marriage, as she married her longtime love Christopher Carney, commonly known as Chris at the Garvan Woodland Gardens, located in Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas. Tiffany also had the time fixed to six o’ clock as sunset views are just so romantic.

Talking about the same, Tiffany stated,

“It's a 6 o'clock wedding, so hopefully the sun will set as we're getting married. We're getting married in a glass chapel so that we could see everything around us. It's in a national park in Arkansas."

She wore a dress made by Max Azria, a custom made fabric that she loved very much after the finish. The wedding went down perfectly around friends and family with a husband who had his eyes watery after seeing Tiffany in her bride dress. Here’s a video from her fairytale-like a wedding ceremony.

Caption: A beautiful marriage ceremony of Tiffany Thornton and Christopher Carney on November 11, 2011.

What Ended The Married Life With Husband?

After the marriage, the couple welcomed two sons, Kenneth James Carney born on August 14, 2012 (age 4) and Bentley Cash Carney born on March 1, 2014 (age 3).

However, the couple made some headlines in 2014, after having quarrel which resulted in Tiffany leaving the house with her two sons in the dead of night. She did that because of her husband’s alleged violence after drinking.

While Tiffany was only determined to come back if her husband became sober, Chris denied the fact that he is a violent binge drinker. Little did she knew that she only had about a year left to spend with her husband and that her husband’s drinking problem would one day end her married life.

In late 2015, news came that Chris passed after meeting with a fatal car crash along with his friend Ezekiel Blanton. Sources claim that both friends were downing drinks before meeting the accident that happened when their car slammed right into a tree. Sources also claimed that Chris was in no state of judging his friend’s level of intoxication that allegedly resulted in the crash.

Mourning The Dead And Moving On:

After the crash had become the headlines, Tiffany took a photo of Chris holding their two sons and captioned it, “My life. My love. My angel.” It sure is hard to fathom the pain Tiffany felt. Some people like Diane Sawyer, who also lost her husband in a helicopter crash would know how it feels!

 

My life. My love. My angel.

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After two years, Tiffany has finally found her way to loving a man unconditionally. However, she still fears people’s judgment.

On April 8, 2017, Tiffany revealed her engagement to her family friend, a worship pastor Josiah Capaci after dating him for a couple of months. She captioned the picture where she was showing off the big piece of rock on her ring finger.

 

Unconventional love. What a beautiful, unexpected blessing. Isaiah 55 says "As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are My ways higher than your ways." When I first fell in love with Jo I immediately worried about what people would think of me. Typical, as Chris would have said. I've always cared a little too much what others thought. I worried about whether people would question the love I had for Chris, whether they would think it was too soon or that I was desperate to be loved or taken care of or provided for and therefore was rushing into the first relationship after my spouse passed away. Here's the honest truth: God's timing is perfect. And this is ALL God. I know this because I have spent countless hours in prayer over what would come of Jo and I, and he has as well, along with his parents, my Carney family and my family in Texas. All of this came to be because of the leading of the Holy Spirit. The beauty of love is that God IS LOVE. When He dwells within you it pours out into all aspects of your life and this one poured out quickly and more beautifully than I ever could have dreamed. For me, that's a great thing because I'm not the one in control. God's ways are higher than mine and I praise Him for it. I'm completely undeserving of being loved by someone like Jo. I'm flawed, imperfect, emotional, independent, worrisome, sensitive, like to have a plan and be in control....the list goes on and on. But this love, THIS beautiful, unconventional testimony of love blows all of that out of the water. I haven't been in control, I've simply ridden the wave of what God has for me. I haven't needed all the answers. I haven't seen most of this coming. And guess what...that's exactly where God gets to use me the most. I am so humbled by the way Jo loves me. He is kind, tender hearted, fun, passionate, not self-seeking, gentle, patient, forgiving, trusting, as close to perfect as it gets. He listens when I speak, he lets me cry about Chris on his shoulder, he cares for my children with such a deep love, he wants to be the man of God that he is called to be. He is the sun after the rain, the calm after the storm. And I couldn't ask for anything more.

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She said,

“Unconventional love. What a beautiful, unexpected blessing. Isaiah 55 says "As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are My ways higher than your ways." When I first fell in love with Jo I immediately worried about what people would think of me. Typical, as Chris would have said.

I've always cared a little too much what others thought. I worried about whether people would question the love I had for Chris, whether they would think it was too soon or that I was desperate to be loved or taken care of or provided for and therefore was rushing into the first relationship after my spouse passed away.”

She continued,

“I am so humbled by the way Jo loves me. He is kind, tender hearted, fun, passionate, not self-seeking, gentle, patient, forgiving, trusting, as close to perfect as it gets. He listens when I speak, he lets me cry about Chris on his shoulder, he cares for my children with such a deep love, he wants to be the man of God that he is called to be. He is the sun after the rain, the calm after the storm. And I couldn't ask for anything more.”

The couple is yet to reveal the wedding dates, but we hope the best for Tiffany and her fiancé Josiah.

Stay with us for the emerging updates on the marriage of Tiffany Thornton!