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John and Claire

Filed in Wedding — July 30, 2016

I officiated John and Claire’s wedding today at the Madison Public Library. What a great couple and a memorable wedding! (John’s dad is a famous music composer and he created the most beautiful original piece of music especially for John and Claire’s wedding that the Fox Valley String Quartet performed during the ceremony.) Looking forward to seeing more of Laura Zastrow’s photos from the wedding ceremony. She is an amazing photographer and always is a delight to work with at weddings. (This is an early sneak peek at a wedding photo and their engagement photo Laura took of them in Chicago.)


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