They tied the knot at St Anne’s Church, Southowram, in October 2007.
The 25-year-old, of 2nd Batallion the Royal Regiment of Fusilliers, was killed in front of shocked onlookers.
Witnesses said he was attacked by two men with a number of weapons, including knives and a meat cleaver, while they shouted the name of “Allah”.
Defence Secretary Philip Hammond said everyone had been “shocked and saddened” by Drummer Rigby’s death.
“This was a senseless murder of a soldier who has served the army faithfully in a variety of roles including operational tours in Afghanistan,” he said.
“Our thoughts today are with his family and loved ones who are trying to come to terms with this terrible loss.”