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Ben and Veronica’s book themed wedding

Filed in Wedding — August 8, 2015

Ben and Veronica had one of the most interesting, well thought out, beautiful wedding.  One of the more unusual thing they did was have smooth river rocks that their guests wrote their names on before the ceremony began and then each person blessed the stone with their heartfelt wishes, good intentions and prayers before the rocks were collected during the wedding.

The theme of their wedding was library books.  Each person’s place card was made to look like a card from a library card catalog that correlated to a table named after some of their favorite books.  (I was impressed by Veronica’s attention to detail.)

Their fantastic photographer was Aanika from Aanika Lein Photography.  I love how her photos really tell a story of Ben and Veronica’s wonderful day. or check her out on Facebook


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