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Katie and Luke’s UW Campus Wedding

Filed in Wedding — September 4, 2015

There are some couples you feel a great fondness for while working with them in preparation for their wedding.  So I wasn’t surprised when I choked up for a moment during Katie and Luke’s ceremony.  They are the nicest and most beautiful couple and it was a great joy to officiate their wedding.

Enjoy a few of the outstanding photos taken by Santiago Murillo Photography of Katie and Luke’s first look at Porters Boathouse and Olbrich Gardens, their ceremony at Pres House on the Library Mall and reception at the Memorial Union at the University of Wisconsin.  

Want to see more, check out this link for more beautiful images from this wedding.



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