Vows on ice
Pembroke couple renews wedding vows at Manchester Monarchs game
“It was also a bit of a mess,” said Boucher, of Pembroke.
That’s because Boucher and her husband of 11 years, Steve, beat out SallyAnn and Marc Trepanier of Merrimack in a doughnut eating contest Friday night for the grand prize in the “Twice as Nice on Ice” contest, sponsored by the Monarchs, WZID and Bellman Jewelers.
“We had submitted information to him prior to the game, so the vows he used were actually personalized for us, and pretty funny,” said Boucher. “He did a great job. We had some friends and family there in the stands, and we could hear some people laughing and cheering.”
“I consider myself a hockey widow, my husband is always going to games,” said Boucher. “We talked about renewing our vows last year for our 10th anniversary, but then life happened and we never did. So this was a great chance to make it happen, and what a great spot for it.”
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