Former Miss Ireland Emma Waldron and Silicon Valley tech guru Andrew Chen were recently married in Moab, Utah.
Picturesque ceremony: The couple held an intimate wedding earlier this month with Arches National Park as their backdrop. The special affair was attended by immediate family members.
Chen, a partner at venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, shared a clip of the event on social media, writing, “Big news! @EmmaBWaldron and I are married.” He went on to describe their memorable ceremony and mentioned that their honeymoon will be in Japan.
Waldron also took to social media to share their journey from engagement to marriage in less than two months.
How they met: Waldron finished in fourth place at the Miss World pageant in 2010 before relocating to the U.S., where she would eventually cross paths with her now-husband in Austin. Waldron, who announced their engagement in July, is the founder of WiLDE, an online content platform reportedly backed by billionaire entrepreneurs such as former Apple CEO John Sculley.
Reactions: Many of the couple’s friends and social media followers flooded their social media posts with congratulatory messages.
“What a beautiful venue!! Congratulations married couple,” one Instagram user wrote.
“Big congrats! Didn’t know such scenery was available for a wedding,” another user chimed in.