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Heartfelt Thanks by Morgan and Adam

Filed in Review, Wedding — October 31, 2017

Read these heartfelt words that Morgan and Adam wrote to their friends and family in this Facebook post. Rev. Amy was honored to officiate this wedding for such a beautiful couple inside and out.  The wedding took place at Lawrence University in Appleton, WI.  

“We are humbled. Truly humbled. Thank you, each and every one of you, for making our day so incredibly special. The thoughfulness, time, travel and cost it took for you all to be there does not go unrecognized. We are so fortunate to have had so much help to create our special day and even more to have so many dear people to celebrate with. For us, it could not have been more perfect. We are in awe. Thank you.”

 

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