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With this mask, I thee wed

Filed in Advice, Wedding — August 6, 2020

This is a great article in the Cap Times called, With this mask, I thee wedwedding ceremonies shrink as wedding vendors struggle to survive.  


It is  about how couples and wedding pros in Dane County are handling the pandemic’s effect on weddings this year. ​

 

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