"The event was classy, whimsical and timeless -- fitting of the couple. "After some sentimental and thoughtful speeches from friends and family, we all laughed and danced all night!
I felt as though we were all transported into their world for the evening." Razzano said that White appeared to speak his vows without notes. Truly a night to remember." With so many ice dancers in the group, the dancing at the reception was reportedly impressive.
As part of their routine, they often portray characters that are in love, with as much realism as possible for the benefit of fans and judges." data-reactid="24"Davis and White have been ice dancing's top team over the past two seasons and won Olympic silver four years ago.
As part of their routine, they often portray characters that are in love, with as much realism as possible for the benefit of fans and judges.
' It's just something you get as dancers.We've always been great friends, and we have a special relationship, but we've never been romantically involved."[Video: Can Gracie claim gold? ]The relationship between Belbin and White was widely known in the figure skating community since before the Vancouver Olympics, but it has generally escaped public attention.social media, with little in the way of public displays of affection since this tweet from Belbin back in 2011." data-reactid="41"Both Belbin and White have generally remained tight-lipped on their love life and rarely mention each other on social media, with little in the way of public displays of affection since this tweet from Belbin back in 2011.[Photos: Ridiculously photogenic Olympians to watch]"I do have an objective eye," she said, "to a certain degree of course. I want them to succeed."White was captain of the U. squad that finished third in the team competition that finished on Sunday. has never won a gold medal in ice dance, which was introduced into the Olympic program in 1976.Ice dance superstars Tanith Belbin and Charlie White were married April 25 in West Bloomfield, Michigan. Gotta have some nice Jewish children who got pushed by parents into figure skating. Let's call it Winter Olympics Day and leave it at that.