They say rain on your wedding day is an omen of good luck.  According to People, Kelsey Grammer finally tied the knot with Kayte Walsh on Friday during a rainstorm in New York City inside the Longacre Theater.  The theater in which the ceremony took place was decorated with props from La Cage aux Folles along with pink and red bouquets of flowers.  The couple added personal touches to their emotional ceremony with a performance by Kelsey Grammer’s Broadway co-star, Terry Lavell, and Kayte Walsh’s brother Stewart singing “Feels Like Home” by Randy Newman.  But, the most unique part of the ceremony was when the wedding guests read poems that the bride and groom had written for each other.

How can you personalize your wedding ceremony?

Cupid’s Advice:

The most memorable wedding ceremonies always have a personal touch.  Cupid has some simple ways to make your wedding ceremony unique:

1. Write your own vows: Writing your own vows is the surest way to personalize your wedding ceremony and let your partner know exactly how you feel in front of your nearest and dearest.

2. Add a theme: Though theme weddings can be corny, when they are done right they can add a very unique personal touch to your wedding festivities.

3. Color: If you don’t want to go as daring as diverting from the traditional white wedding gown, you can always use two or three signature colors to be used throughout your wedding.

For more information on Kelsey Grammer and Kayte Walsh’s wedding:
Inside Kelsey Grammer’s Winter Wedding
Kelsey & Kayte’s Wedding — A Little Spicy
Kelsey Grammer and Kayte Walsh Marry on Broadway