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Kate and Ryan’s Bishops Bay Wedding

Filed in Wedding — January 15, 2018

Kate and Ryan had their wedding last October at Bishops Bay Country Club.  The ceremony was outside and may have been one of the windiest weddings I have done.  But the weather didn’t deter this adorable couple from creating a magical day.  I joked that because Kate and Ryan had a Irish themed wedding that the day cooperated to have weather similar to what might be found along the Irish coast.

I will also give Ryan a hand that he may have had the best groom’s entrance when he arrived by boat.  Overall, it was a wonderful day despite the wind and rain and Shannon and TJ from Uttke Photography and Design did a stunning job capturing this wonderful and delightful couple’s day.

 

 

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