Sorry, Ladies…he’s officially taken! Season six illusionist Landon Swank tied the knot Friday evening on the island of Oahu, Hawaii with girlfriend (and on stage assistant) Harmony Moniz.
Didn’t get your invitation to the big event? No worries – we talked to the magic man today and got him to share all the important details – plus a few pictures!
Q: So how did the wedding go?
LS: It was beautiful. We planned for about 5 days. Pink, black and white were the colors.
Q: How many guests?
We had about 80 people there. I was actually surprised how many people were there. But Harmony actually has a lot of family in Hawaii because she is Portuguese-Hawaiian.
Q: No wedding ever goes off without a hitch. So what went wrong?
The only thing we would have wanted to change was the wind. It was a tad bit windy that day. And she forgot to get a garter. So we had to pull a lei off of her leg for me to throw to the guys. Other than that things went pretty cool. She is a singer so one of the ideas we had for table seating was we got like a little flip flop luggage tag thing and right where you would write the name, we wrote a lyric to a song and the song titles would be framed on the tables so you had to figure out which song title your lyric went to. It was pretty laid back and fun.
Q: Whose idea was 11-11-11?
Both of ours. It is both of our favorite numbers. That was always my sports number growing up and it was her favorite number. It is one of the random things we had in common and we kind of talked about it the day after we met. We talked about getting married that day.
Q: How long did you date for?
We have been together for just over a year. We got engaged in March. And we were dating for about three months before we got engaged.
Q: Where is the Honeymoon?
We are taking off to Europe for the first time in both of our lives. We are stoked about that. We are going to Portugal and Spain and Rome. Leaving on the 23rd. We will be gone for two and a half weeks.
Q: Have you been performing a lot since AGT?
I have been doing some shows in Florida and on the East Coast. I have been back to Alaska a few times. I have been talking to people about trying to get a more steady gig either in Vegas or Northern California. I am also trying to push a new TV concept I have as well.
Q: How much of where you are today do you credit to the show?
It opened up a lot of doors just being able to have that success and the title. It gets people to listen to you.