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When a Kentucky special education teacher got married earlier this year, she invited six of her students to be a part of her special day.

Kinsey French teaches at Christian Academy's Providence School, which is designed for children with Down syndrome.

The students are in a regular classroom for 95 percent of the day, and they receive speech and occupational therapy.

“They were like family to me. They were my first class and they've been my only class, and so I knew I couldn't have a special day without them," French told WLKY.

Most of the students said that the best part of the wedding was the dancing.

"It was so exciting. It was really special for Josh and myself just to have them a part of the day, and have them come with us and celebrate with us," French said.

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