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Sasha and Jimmy

Filed in Wedding — August 21, 2019

Loved, loved, loved the wedding ceremony I officiated for Sasha and Jimmy last Saturday at the State Historical Society on the UW Campus Library Mall. Their attention to detail was outstanding. Who knew that macrame is back in style? I fell in love with their macrame wall hanging that defined the space. They also used a rug and other pieces from their home to help define the space where they stood during the ceremony. And how clever to use gold picture frames for reserved seating. But most of all, Sasha and Jimmy really put effort into making the ceremony itself be unique and one-of-a-kind. Such a joy to work with this amazing and beautiful couple!


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