Early this year, Rowden and Leizl decided to get married on July 8, 2014, Rowden's 30th birthday. Together with their adorable 2-year-old daughter, they already had a perfect family.
Then a twist of fate, Rowden got diagnosed with stage IV liver cancer in late May. His last request was to marry his one true love. After 12hours of preparations, his dream was fulfilled. Unable to take him outside the hospital, we brought the church to him. It was like a heartbreaking fairytale.
Rowden Go, at the age of 29-years-old, passed away on June 11, 2014. Less than 10hours after he said his vows.
He is survived by his wife Leizel May, daughter Zakiah Rowzel, mother Lorelei, and brothers Hasset & Hisham.
Photography is considered by to be one of the most important (and expensive) elements to a successful wedding. Capturing that perfect shot is something that is treasured for a lifetime. All that being said, there's no doubt that these wedding photographers got a little over zealous when they overstepped their boundaries in their pursuit of that shot of a lifetime.
Forget Wagner's "Wedding March," how about that one song about how Paris Hilton got famous? An Illinois woman's happy-go-luck wedding entrance to Buckcherry's 2006 hit "Crazy B**Ch" has been causing a sort of ruckus on YouTube today, stirring up a whole lot of resentments from YouTubers who say that the bride disrespected the "sanctity of marriage."