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Gretchen & Joe’s Tyrol Basin Wedding

Filed in Wedding — September 4, 2015

One of the sweetest couples I have had the pleasure of working with was Gretchen and Joe.  They got married this past summer at Tyrol Basin in Mt. Horeb.  Gretchen had worked there for many years so it was extra special for them to get married at the top of the hill with a breathtaking vista behind them.  But to get 200 guests to the top of the hill via chairlift with the threat of rain was risky.  Good thing it only sprinkled and we got through the ceremony before it down poured.

Check out these photos by Silver Moon Photography by Tiffany of Gretchen and Joe’s engagement and wedding photos.


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