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Sarah and Matt’s Wild Weather Wedding

Filed in Wedding — October 28, 2015

One of my most weather challenging weddings I officiated this year was Sarah and Matt’s wedding outside on the rooftop of the Overture Center at MMoCA. During the ceremony I could see lightening in the distance and we had just enough time for the couple and wedding party to exit down the aisle before a heavy rainstorm started. Perfect timing…

Fantastic photo of this fantastic couple by Tara Draper Photography.

 

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