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Sarah and Matt’s Rainy Rooftop Wedding

Filed in Wedding — March 29, 2016

Thank you Tara Draper Photography for these beautiful images from Sarah and Matt’s wedding last summer at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art/Fresco rooftop. It was definitely one of my most memorable weddings of the year. In the midst of the ceremony I could see storm clouds moving in and was literally editing parts out of the ceremony to shorten it. (The couple never noticed the difference.) But the timing was perfect. The couple kissed and the wedding party exited down the aisle just has a huge rainstorm began. The guests jumped up and ran for cover.  Check out Tara’s blog for more photos from this gorgeous wedding.

 

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