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Erin and Michael’s Folklore Village Wedding

Filed in Wedding — September 30, 2016

I love officiating weddings, but the day is made even more joyful when you know the bride or groom really well. I watched Erin grow up so I was really honored when she asked me to officiate their ceremony. This was such heartwarming, family focused, joyful, and beautiful wedding with a folk art theme at Folklore Village in Dodgeville, WI!

(Erin and Michael didn’t hire a professional photographer and instead asked their guests to take wedding photos for them throughout the day. So it was really fun to add the wedding photographer hat on as well.)


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