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Sarah’s Post-Ceremony Selfies

Filed in Wedding — November 10, 2018

Joy, companionship, and family are the words that come to mind when I reflect on my time leading up to and during Heidi and Ryan’s wedding day. Laughter was abundant during the rehearsal and before the ceremony, building a foundation of ease and fun for this lovely couple.  They were married at BlackHawk Country Club in Madison, WI.  I send thanks to their Banquet Manager, Bailey. It was great to work with her again.


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