…three great warriors
“There isn’t anything I wouldn’t do for these two. It is my job to keep these smiles on their faces” – Devon
Couldn’t be said better. We are proud of your devotion to your family and the example you have set. The world is yours, go forth and conquer.
The NFL player and Joyce, both 26, said “I do” Friday night during a ceremony at the New York Public Library, almost six months after Devon’s daughter, Leah Still, 6,was declared cancer free.
“There isn’t anything I wouldn’t do for these two. It is my job to keep these smiles on their faces”
Devon had originally postponed the nuptials two years ago, when Leah was first diagnosed with stage-4 neuroblastoma cancer. After a year-and-a-half battle with the disease, which Devon documented on social media (and captured the hearts of many), Leah was declared cancer-free last November. Still cancer free, Leah served as flower girl in the wedding, which was put together by The Knot as this year’s The Knot Dream Wedding. And as People reported, was gifted a custom rose-gold butterfly bracelet to mark the special event, and serve as a symbol for new beginnings for the family.
And no night for the proud papa would be complete without some words from Leah. The 6-year-old made a toast to the happy couple, and all those who supported her family throughout her cancer battle.
“And now let’s party!” she ended the toast, after giving the happy couple a hug.
Leah also shared a special dance with the bride and grooman