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Nathalie and Danny

Filed in Wedding — April 30, 2022

It doesn’t matter what size your wedding is. Even an elopement is still a special and memorable moment for every couple. On a cold February day, I married Danny and Nathalie at the Kettle Moraine State Forest. Before we even started, a dog came bounding up to join us. The dog’s owner was surprised when he happened upon a couple getting married during his walk.

Photos by: Mikaila Dusenberry Photography LLC



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