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Star 94.1's Jeff Dauler marries Callie Riggs

This was posted on Saturday, October 22, 2016 on Rodney Ho's AJC Radio & TV Talk blog

It's official. Star 94.1 morning host Jeff Dauler married Callie Riggs Saturday night.

Just before he got hitched, he posted this note on his public Facebook page:

20 minutes away. I'm going to sob through the whole thing. I'm hiding in some back room.

Also: I can't wait.

The audio of the ceremony will be replayed on Monday morning on the Jeff and Jenn show at 7:30 a.m.

He posted this Instagram photo:

Dauler, who was a co-host on the Bert Show for more than 14 years but moved to Star 94.1 to helm his own show with Jenn Hobby, is on his second marriage. This is Riggs' first. She is a talent executive assistant for Robin Meade at HLN.

The wedding was held at American Spirit Works. Bold American Events was the caterer. They used Toast Events to plan. About 250 people attended. Riggs' dress was Modern Trousseau from White Magnolia Bridal in Buckhead.

Attendees included Hobby (of course), Meade, Regular Guy Larry Wachs, his girlfriend and 680/The Fan host Sandra Golden, consumer guru Clark Howard, Jimmy Baron (former of the Morning X and now a realtor), B98.5's Melissa Carter (who had been part of the Bert Show), Ed Roland and the rest of Collective Soul and Kim Zolciak Biermann of "Real Housewives of Atlanta" and "Don't Be Tardy."

Baron was a groomsman. George McKerrow (co-found of Ted's Montana Grill) was Dauler's best man.

Von Grey performed "Blackbird" and "Can't Help Falling in Love." Mitchell Anderson, who owns MetroFresh, officiated.

They were engaged in July of last year.

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