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Krista and Shane

Filed in Wedding — June 30, 2022

It was a joy to marry Krista and Shane last weekend at The Fields Reserve in Stoughton, WI. After the wedding, I received this sweet quick note from Krista.

“Thank you for everything! People were absolutely blown away by our ceremony. I had so many people ask me throughout the night if you were a relative because you told our story so well!”

Krista and Shane had the best love story to share with their guests. It included a bit of help from Krista’s grandmother in heaven, and it felt like fate was stepping in to bring them together. It was rewarding to see the tears and hear the laughter throughout the ceremony.

Check out these stunning photos by Emily and John at McNiel Photography

 

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