Couple gets married at halftime of Patriots-Bills game with help of Buffalo greats

Well, you don't see that every Sunday.

An actual wedding took place at halftime of the Patriots-Bills game at Orchard Park in Buffalo.

In true Bills Mafia fashion, Buffalo legend Jim Kelly gave the bride away, while retired defensive tackle Kyle Williams presided over the nuptials. Retired running back Thurman Thomas and retired receiver Steve Tasker were also in attendance — along with thousands of screaming fans.

According to WIVB-TV, Mackenzie Park and Jordan Binggeli of Rochester, N.Y., won a contest through Reeds Jenss Jewelers that allowed them to become the first couple to be wed on the field during halftime of an NFL game. The couple's first date was a Bills game 11 years ago, which probably helped them beat out the 1,400 other applicants to win.

"Everything’s coming full circle, and still loving the Bills, oh yes, we’ve been through everything, live, eat, breathe, die Bills," Park said.

Halftime is normally 12 minutes, but the Bills got special approval from the league to extend theirs to 14 minutes for the ceremony.

"We’re planning a wedding with 70,000 people attending and the logistics of getting everything and the timing perfected has been really difficult," Bills vice president of marketing Shaena Kershner said. "We still wanted to provide a full wedding experience. So, they’re gonna have hair and make up before the wedding starts. They’ll have cake cutting and a first dance after. They also get to watch the second half in the business class with all the Legends that are here which I think there are 120 Legends."

Park and Binggeli also received a special wedding gift: tickets to Super Bowl 54. Now their team just has to get there.

The Bills fell, 16-10, to the Patriots on Sunday.