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Heather and Michael’s Wedding at the WI State Capitol

Filed in Wedding — July 22, 2013

One of the joys of being a wedding minister in the Madison, WI and South Central Wisconsin area is having the ability to travel to a number of unique and different types of wedding venues around the state.  One of my favorite is the Wisconsin State Capitol.  Not only is the Capitol beautiful, it is also a fantastic deal.  In other words, it is free to get married in the Rotunda.  Afterwards, the couple had a small reception at Harvest, a restaurant located on the Capitol Square.

Here are some photos from Heather and Michael’s wedding on July 12.  Thank you Adam Tyksinski Photography for sharing these BEAUTIFUL photos with me.

 

 

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