ASHVILLE, Ala. (WIAT) —It’s not your typical love story, but an extraordinary one. On Sunday, Daniel Creech and Belinda Dorough exchanged wedding vows in front of family and friends at Mountain View Farms in Ashville. They had all the traditional trappings of a wedding, from the cake to the decorations. All of it was donated by vendors in the community.

Daniel and Belinda have cerebral palsy. They cannot speak, but they communicate using specialized keyboards that detect eye movements. They’ve known each other for twelve years. A few months ago, Daniel asked Belinda to marry him. She said yes.

That’s when the planning began for Daniel’s mother, Cindy Cody. Along with that–the worry.

“I had no finances to give it to them, and went in there posting, trying to get ideas where I could do something special for them, and all these people started volunteering, and offering to help,” said Cody.

As soon as she posted, offers came in from everywhere–for everything from the photography to the venue itself. Owner Jeff Caddell had an open date in October, and he offered it up for free.

“It’s deeply touching. It gives you a purpose that you want to make a difference in someone’s life. I think we’re all put here to try to make a difference in people’s lives,” Caddell said.

On their wedding day, the couple wrote their own vows to one another.

“I always will be there for you whenever you need me,” wrote Daniel.

He told WIAT 42 News he was really happy to see the outpouring of support from the community. His new bride agreed.

“Thank you for coming. I’m very grateful for all the contributions to this very special day,” said Belinda.

The newlyweds live in separate group homes in the Birmingham area now, but there are plans underway for them to get their own apartment and begin their married lives together.

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