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Everything for a wedding, including an ordained minister and a dress for Carfagna, was in place. "I thought he just wanted a minute to be like, 'Hey, we're engaged,''' Carfagna told TODAY. "Then he said he would like to end the night as husband and wife, but only if you want. I said yes immediately."  Carfagna, who has lupus, was excited to have the wedding on the same night to save her the stress of planning it herself. Stephanie Scapellati Carfagna, 32, was diagnosed in 2011 with lupus, a chronic autoimmune disease that often saps her energy. "With her condition, I knew there was no way she was going to be able to plan a wedding,'' Rios told TODAY. "When the time came when I knew I was going to propose, (planning a wedding) almost came naturally." "I didn't want to plan a wedding,'' Carfagna said. "Stress is my biggest trigger for getting sick. Once he asked me and I said yes, then I completely calmed down." Rios had secretly enlisted the help of both sets of parents, who put the whole backyard scene together while Rios and Carfagna were on a trip to Disney World in celebration of her birthday on Dec.

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