'Home Town' star Erin Napier shares throwback wedding pictures to celebrate 14th anniversary with husband Ben
'14 years ago today I got a new last name and my parents got another son,' wrote Erin Napier, sharing photos from her 2008 wedding
"14 years ago today I got a new last name and my parents got another son," read the caption which the HGTV 'Home Town' star posted alongside three vintage wedding photos. "I am thankful every single day that God saw fit to make us a family, @scotsman.co." The first throwback photo from their nuptials shows Erin and Ben looking into each other's eyes as they dance together while the second slide was detailed look at Erin's white lace wedding dress with a satin bow placed on her back and a short white veil. Ben, on the other hand, wore a pinstripe suit on the special day. The final slide shows the couple smiling and exchanging vows as they stood alongside the officiant who married them.
A comment on the shared post confirmed that it was Ben's father, Wayne Napier who was the pastor at their wedding. "Happy anniversary! I love these photos! Mallory smiling so big at you and I think you said that was Ben’s dad who married you two? Just beautiful" the comment read.
A week ago, the couple enjoyed a late date night at Keen's Steakhouse in New York City. The TV personality shared the evening of romance on her Instagram as she posted a snap of Ben smiling with the steak on his plate, sitting across from her. Erin, 37, reflected on her marriage in the caption as she wrote, "I’ve been sitting across the table from him for almost 18 years. 14 years ago, we honeymooned in NYC, and tonight we talked about parenting and remembered who we used to be when we came to this city. It feels so long ago, far away. But I like him still. Really like him. And love him. Feeling really lucky to still get butterflies."
Ben, 39, took this moment to crack a joke about being able to afford steak in the comment section. "Glad we can afford to buy each of us steak, but I’d still share mine with you… and Helen… and Mae," he wrote while referring to their daughters.