coanchor was noticeably hushed. Says her friend Frank Bruni: "She was a very poignant Campbell." And a very happy Campbell: Brown, 37, who met Senor, 34, in Baghdad in 2004 while she was reporting for NBC News and he was a White House foreign policy advisor, "was head over heels the instant she met him," says maid of honor Anne Kornblut. "They are a great fit."
After a traditional Jewish ceremony officiated by Senor's cousin, the 140 guests (including Brown's coanchor Lester Holt) left the chapel and headed to the reception at the Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch, where the newlyweds danced to a klezmer band and Senor got choked up as he toasted his bride. Though it was their jobs that brought them together, there will be "no thinking about work" on their three-week honeymoon in Africa, Kornblut reports. "It will be the longest vacation either one of them has taken!"
Campbell Brown has chatted up everyone from pop stars to politicians, but saying her vows to FOX News analyst Dan Senor at the Beaver Creek Chapel in Colorado April 2, the normally outgoing