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Bob and Kari’s Rooftop Wedding at MMoCA

Filed in Wedding — September 9, 2015

What a delight to officiate Bob and Kari’s wedding on the rooftop of the Madison Museum of Comtemporary Art (MMoCA).  I loved working with Bob and Kari and I love these photos Laura Zastrow Photography took of the wedding.  It is always a joy to work with great vendors and Laura is one of the best! Seriously, outstanding!


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