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A wet and windy wedding

Filed in Wedding — October 8, 2017

TJ Uttke from Uttke Photography and Design couldn’t have described this wedding any better (with a little humor thrown in).  
“The weather on Kate & Ryan’s wedding day was unmatched to any rainy wedding day we’ve seen. The forecast called for 100% rain, all day. The winds coming off of Lake Mendota were strong enough to send a toddler to Kansas*. Despite the rain and wind, the day went on. Hair got wet, dresses got dirty. But Kate & Ryan didn’t stop smiling. It was their rainy wedding day at Bishops Bay and it was unforgettable! 

* no children were harmed in the making of this celebration.”

 

 

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