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Ben and Katie’s Madison Children’s Museum Wedding

Filed in Wedding — September 8, 2015

One of my favorite places to get married in Madison is at the Madison Children’s Museum because it is so unusual and has so much for your guests to do during the reception.  If you want to have a fun and magical wedding, you might want to consider the Madison Children’s Museum.  Ben and Katie rented out the entire building and had their wedding ceremony on the rooftop.

Thank you Adam Karl Photography for sharing these images with me.  It is always a delight to work with you.

 

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