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Samantha and Tanner, married 8/3/19

Filed in Wedding — August 4, 2019

Today I had the honor of officiating Samantha and Tanner’s wedding at The Creamery 201 in Fort Atkinson, WI. This was the first time I officiated a wedding at this amazing venue.

I love when couples incorporate their personality into the ceremony. For example, instead of having traditional exchange of ring vows, they used a line that Star Wars fans will recognize as the part when Leia says to Hans Solo, “I love you” and his response back to her is, “I know.” People laughed and then they followed up with having their wedding cake also using the same Star Wars reference.

​Another personalized element was including Samantha’s daughter, Sophia, in the ceremony. After the ring exchange they shared vows with her and gave her a beautiful necklace. Such a sweet and endearing moment for an adorable family! Wishing them all the best in the years ahead.


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