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Rebecca and Ralph

Filed in Wedding — August 26, 2018

I received a call on Monday that Rebecca and Ralph wanted to get married in the Chapel at Grace Episcopal Church on the following Friday morning. Rev. Amy did an outstanding job of creating a beautiful ceremony in such a short notice for this very sweet couple.

​(Why such a short notice? It was important to Rebecca that she get married at Grace because her grandparents had been married at Grace and she remembered growing up attending Grace in the summers with her mother. Also, August 24 was the anniversary of Rebecca and Ralph’s first date two years ago.)


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