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Dani and Kye

Filed in Wedding — September 3, 2022

Congratulations, Kye and Dani, on your wedding today @fete_of_wales. What a beautiful day to get married. It was a joyous celebration to share the love of these two wonderful people. 

Dani and Kye wrote in a thank you note to me, “Thank you for taking the time and effort to make today such a special day for us. You prepared us so well for this big moment, and we appreciated your flexibility working with us.”


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