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Heather and Jeff

Filed in Wedding — October 26, 2021

This past weekend I had the pleasure of marrying Heather and Jeff.  What a wonderful and sweet couple!  This was my first time officiating a wedding at Stone Prairie in Brillion, WI.  I was impressed by what a unique venue it was.  It was a crisp fall day, so I loved all the details Heather and Jeff added, such as lap blankets for their guests and candles down the aisle and on the fireplace.  It gave the whole wedding ceremony such a warm and cozy vibe.  It was very hygge!

(Hygge is a Danish word used when acknowledging a mood or feeling of contentment or a moment as being relaxed, charming, special, memorable, and aware of the present moment surrounded by your loved ones.)


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