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Kelli and Alex’s Bridal Barn Wedding

Filed in Wedding — January 17, 2018

It is always fun when I have the opportunity to marry multiple members of the same family.  Two and a half years ago I married Kelly and David at Milford Hills Hunt Club.  I will always remember their wedding day because it was also the day that my daughter went into labor with my granddaughter.  So I was delighted when Kelly’s brother Alex and his fiance Kelli asked me to officiate their wedding too last July at the Bridal Barn and Gardens.  What a wonderful and fun-loving family!  When I saw Kelly and David again I mentioned that I would always remember their wedding day and they told me that they were so impressed that I showed up for their wedding when my daughter was in labor.  I told them that nothing comes ahead of a couple’s wedding day.  I know this is one of the biggest days of a couple’s life and I have made a commitment to show up despite what is happening in my personal life.

Thanks to Errin Hiltbrand for sharing these fabulous photos with me.  There are a few photographers I love working with and Errin is one of them.  I always adore her photos and she is fantastic to work with.  So was Kelli and Alex.  They were such a wonderful couple to work with in planning their wedding day.


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