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Erik and Meshel’s Picnic Point Wedding

Filed in Wedding — September 16, 2016

Sometimes the best weddings aren’t about the amount of money you spend, but the love shared between two individuals. Yesterday I officiated a wedding at Picnic Point for Meshel and Erik. There was only myself, their photographer Annie Sweers, their two best friends as the witnesses, and Meshel and Erik. And yet it may have been one of my most memorable weddings of the season. The love was palpable and it was an honor to be a part of their special day.

Annie from Studio Sweers Photography did an amazing job of capturing the spirit of the day in these photos.

 

 

 

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