Joe Buck and Michelle Beisner Marry, Invite Troy Aikman, Register for Fancy Kitchen Goods



St. Louis' sports broadcaster extraordinaire Joe Buck married former Broncos cheerleader and current NFL Network reporter Michelle Beisner last weekend in Mexico, reports TMZ.

The couple got engaged last summer after meeting at the Super Bowl in New Orleans in 2013.

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Guests kept the private ceremony in Cabo San Lucas hush-hush, but one photo that made it to social media shows former Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman by his side, just like in the Fox broadcast booth.

Well, maybe not JUST like in the Fox broadcasting booth...

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The couple's Williams-Sonoma registry is up on wedding site Apparently Buck and Beisner are restocking their kitchen; they mostly registered for pots, silverware, knives and other cooking appliances.

Make us a drink, won't you, Joe? - WILLIAMS-SONOMA

In case you were thinking of buying the lucky couple a little something to celebrate their nuptials (and to give you an idea of what the couple asked for), may we suggest the Mason Jar Cocktail Shaker?

Rumor has it Buck and Meisner will move back to St. Louis now that they've tied the knot. What better way for them to toast their new life in the Lou but with a drink mixer made for southern hospitality. Besides, we'd love to drink Buck's mint juleps.

You can't get them a fancy Williams-Sonoma can opener. Joe Kinsey at Busted Coverage beat you to it.

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Buck, 44, has two children with his ex-wife, Ann, to whom he was married for 17 years.

Beisner, 37, is an actress on the side when she wasn't cheering on the Denver Broncos or reporting for the NFL Network.

Here's a look (from a distance) at the couple's beachfront ceremony:

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