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Stephanie and Graham 9/26/19

Filed in Wedding — October 27, 2019

From the arousing applause for Graham as he entered and took his place in front of his family and friends, to the overwhelming applause as Stephanie and Graham stood before their congregation as I introduced them for the first time as husband and wife, the love and joy in this room was exciting! Throughout the ceremony, Stephanie and Graham were whispering, laughing, and enjoying every minute of their magical ceremony, which took place at the Vennebu Hill Event Venue in Baraboo, WI. What a beautiful venue that was very professional and well organized! David Charles Productions , who ran the sound system and music during the ceremony, was great to work with, too! Thank you, David!

It was an honor for me to be a part of this couple’s journey to becoming husband and wife. Thank you, Stephanie and Graham! Rev. Sarah

 

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