Jeff Dunham and Audrey Murdick Get Married, Wedding Photo Surfaces

October 15, 2012 05:57:03 GMT

The groom and the bride are dressed as Batman and Catwoman respectively on their specially-made Batmobile cake.


Jeff Dunham and Audrey Murdick Get Married, Wedding Photo Surfaces
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Jeff Dunham is officially off the market. The comedian got married to his model fiancee Audrey Murdick on Friday, October 12 in Santa Ynez, Calif. "TA DAAAA! @audreymurdick and I are now married and I'm the luckiest guy on the planet! #jedreywedding2012 Off to honeymoon!" he tweeted.

A picture from the wedding has hit the web, featuring Jeff, 50, and Audrey, 32, grinning from ear to ear. She additionally showed off the wedding band on her ring finger. "No matter what the day, we go to sleep laughing, and we wake up laughing," the newlyweds told PEOPLE. "We can't imagine a love any better than this."

For the nuptials at the Sunstone Vineyards and Winery, the bride wore an Eve of Milady gown and Vera Wang shoes while the groom donned an Armani tux. It was Audrey's first trip down the aisle and Jeff's second. He has two daughters from his previous marriage, in addition to adopting his ex-wife's daughter, Bree.

In addition to having a traditional wedding cake, Jeff and Audrey were presented with a special cake made to look like the Batmobile of "Batman Returns" that he owned. The cake included a Batcave and edible models of the groom and the bride as Batman and Catwoman respectively.

Jeff and Audrey's miniature pinscher, Roadie, served as the ring bearer, walking down the aisle along with their comedy writer pal Jeff Rothpan. Bree escorted her father to the altar that day, and "Gnomeo and Juliet" director Kelly Asbury was the best man. Another guest was Andy Smith, who designed Batmobiles from Batman movies.

The newlyweds would go to Vermont and Napa Valley for honeymoon.

© AceShowbiz.com




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posted by CindiKSLCUT on Oct 15, 2012
Congratulations to you both! You make a beautiful couple. I hope you spend many wonderful years together. Jeff, your Minding the Monsters show was awesome. As we say in Greek, Kronia Pola (which translated loosely means many good years). God Bless you both!

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