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TO CREATE YOUR OWN WEDDING MAGIC LET YOUR WEDDING MATCH YOUR STYLE

TO CREATE YOUR OWN WEDDING MAGIC LET YOUR WEDDING MATCH YOUR STYLE
TO CREATE YOUR OWN WEDDING MAGIC LET YOUR WEDDING MATCH YOUR STYLE. Tisha and Anupam honored both their religious backgrounds by designing a beautifully blended Hindu-Christian ceremony.

CONTACT REVEREND BARBARA LODGE

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CONTACT REVEREND BARBARA LODGE....919-942-2808....email.rev.lodge@ncweddingminister.com....www.ncweddingminister.com
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CELEBRATING THE HEART AND CREATIVITY IN WEDDINGS

Welcome! This site is a tribute to my many wedding couples who have created unique and beautiful surroundings for their weddings. Their creativity and ingenuity reflected their personalities and together we have often created new ways to modernize old traditions.

If you are looking for a minister for your wedding in the Triangle area of Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill, NC, contact me for a free consultation. Together we can create a ceremony that reflects your love, your personality and your dreams for your future.

To visit or return to my website - www.ncweddingminister.com

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A new Brady Bunch! Cynthia and John blend their families, June 28, 2009, at The Matthews House in Cary


Here’s a story of a lovely lady...
then one day when the lady met this fellow...
they knew this group must somehow form a family...
that’s the way they all became the Brady Bunch.

Cynthia and John (last name Brady) had known each other for a long while but their dogs actually got them together. Their dogs are their other two children and upon meeting, the two dogs became inseparable. One thing led to another and before you know it, all the other people in the two families became inseparable too.















They chose the wonderful Matthews House in Cary as the location for their wedding and what a perfect choice it was. The Matthews House is a beautifully appointed Greek Revival home and grounds in the historic heart of Cary, NC, and Nina Davis and her staff do an excellent job of making sure all goes well for their guests.


It was important to Cynthia and John that all their children play an important part in the wedding day. You could tell the children’s hearts were in everything they did and it was touching to see how important it was to them that they were included. And did they ever have great ideas during the rehearsal!

John, who it turns out has the heart of a poet, wrote a fun poem about them becoming the Brady Bunch, based on The Brady Bunch theme song that all of us know so well - and it was all I could do to keep from breaking into that catchy tune as I read his poem during the ceremony!

As a gesture of love to their children, they presented them all with a Family Medallion. Some were necklaces and some were rings and each was perfect for the age and gender of the child that received it. The design, with its interwoven circles within a larger circle, is a beautiful symbol of families blending together in love.

This was a night for family and friends, all of whom had gathered to shower this new family with their joy and best wishes. There were so many helping hands, including Cynthia’s good friend, Deanne, who did all the floral decorations for the tables and became a very capable wedding planner on the spot. And John’s handsome nephew who stood in as the DJ. One of the adorable young cousins was floating around the reception and stealing everyone’s hearts and I just couldn’t resist adding this great photo of her with Cynthia.

The evening was a special celebration of John and Cynthia’s love for each other, their love for their children, for their families and their friends. It was an honor for me to be a part of making it all happen for them.

And as they head off into the future, with their hopes and dreams riding high, I can visualize them all together in a car; four kids, two dogs and two widely smiling parents, singing their way into a happy life. I guess with a family like that you might need a bus... no wait, that’s another show.
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Other wedding vendors on hand to help make the event a success;

Photography - Alicia Tegen - Alicia Tegen Photography
Bouquets - Lauren Joyner 
Wedding Cake - Audra - Audra’s Cakes and Creations


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A romantic wedding for Becky and Alan, June 27, 2009, at the Proximity Hotel, Greensboro


It was an absolutely perfect day for a romantic wedding. Becky and Alan’s first date had been on Valentine’s Day in 2006 and Alan had given her a dozen roses. (how gallant!) So for their wedding, there were red roses everywhere!

Becky and Alan chose The Proximity Hotel in Greensboro as their wedding location and the ceremony was held on the lush, green lawn with a beautiful pond in the background. As we began the ceremony, a light breeze came up and carried the harp music through the trees, creating the idyllic wedding setting many girls dream of all their lives.

The harp music was wonderfully provided by Carol Rauch, who lives in the Greensboro area and also travels portions of the state to perform at weddings. Although you can barely see her in this photo, she was a large part of making the wedding so perfect.

The colors for the day were (of course) rose red and white and were beautifully picked up throughout the day in the decorations, the red roses of the bouquets, the bridesmaid dresses, the cake... everywhere you looked. It was elegant in its simplicity and perfect for Becky and Alan.


Once inside for the reception, great fun awaited us with the DJ, Tony Williams, of A & A Disc Jockey Service, who kept the party hopping. While the food was being served, all of us at our table kept commenting about the great music that was being played so I finally went over to ask Tony who had put it all together. Becky and Alan had given him carte blanche to play whatever he wanted and what a great selection he had chosen! There were romantic ballads from the mid-20th century to the present, in no particular order, and all of them were perfectly woven together. Great job, Tony - I want a CD!

On hand to photograph the event was the team from Henderson Photography. They were all over the place with their cameras, taking traditional and not-so-traditional photos so it should be a nice mix. During the reception they were handing out cards to everyone with the link to their website to view the photos when they were online. Can’t wamt to see them!

Alan and Becky, there are sure to be many more romantic Valentine’s Days in your future and I hope every one of them reminds you of how your romance began and the beautiful wedding that came as a result.






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Leah and Brad exchange vows June 20, 2009 at the Park Alumni Center on NC State Campus


Leah and Brad are both graduates of NC State so of course the Wolfpack was going to play into the wedding in some way. They chose to marry at the beautiful Park Alumni Center on the Centennial Campus of NC State and my goodness, what a beautiful and elegant location for a wedding that is. As you approach the Center, it looks like any other nicely-appointed office building, but as you enter the lobby, you step into a two-story, expansive gallery and your jaw drops. It is a building that lends itself beautifully to special events like this one and is sure to be a huge hit with graduates of NC State looking for a perfect place to marry.

On the outside of the building are two groupings of amazing wolf statues...


and a photo op with one of them was of course obligatory.


The nuptials were carried out under a beautiful, white satin chuppah, laden with flowers. Leah and Brad are an interfaith couple and we wrote their ceremony so it would weave in elements of both their Christian and Jewish backgrounds. It was a beautiful and respectful blending and I am sure their guests enjoyed it very much because they put so much heart into its creation.

The reception was amazing! The Bride and Grooom were both very much involved with the planning of the wedding and it was clear in everything they did. The obvious choice of color for this event would have seemed to have been black and red, in honor of NC State, but that would have been like everyone else so they decided instead to go with black, white and hot pink. What a great combo! Here is a shot taken from the balcony of the 2nd floor, looking down into the reception area.

Leah and Brad are big sports fans and Brad, being a transplanted New Yorker, especially loves the New York Yankees. So the unexpected and charming table names and place cards reflected that in a very clever way. The place cards had the Yankees logo on one side and the seating location on the other.

And the table names were all famous players and their numbers from the history of the Yankees. My husband and I sat at the Babe Ruth table and the lovely smile in this photo belongs to Leah’s grandmother, who I was lucky enough to sit beside for the evening. What a charmer!

Leah wanted to include their dogs for the wedding, but it just wasn’t practical so they found ways to include them; they were mentioned in the ceremony, there were photos of them at the Bride and Groom table, and they were shown in the adorable topper of the wedding cake. Here again is another shining example of the great work done by Cinda of Cinda’s Creative Cakes. How did she ever do that topper... and also pick up the exact style of Leah’s dress?!


Naturally, an event like this needs a great DJ and Lenny Fritts of A Touch of Class Djs is exactly that. I have worked with him many times before and he is always a true professional in everything he does. His assistant that day was KC Harmsen and they both were dressed in stylish tuxes, most appropriate for the evening. Lenny even brought along a bubble machine to make the atmosphere more romantic for Leah and Brad’s first dance! Nice touch.


It was a fun evening and a great time was had by all. Leah and Brad, your life together is going to be the best ball game you ever play and you are sure to continue to hit ‘em out of the park.
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Other vendors on hand to make the event a success were;

Photographer - Bella Rose Photography


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Lauren and Rick marry June 20, 2009 at the Raleigh Rose Garden



It was one of those gloriously bright and sunny days that NC is famous for and it fit the feelings for the day perfectly. We all gathered at the Raleigh Rose Garden in the morning to celebrate Lauren and Rick’s wedding. They are a charming couple and I had fallen in love with them as soon as I had met them a month earlier. Everyone in the family and Bridal Party had a part in setting up the decorations, directing the guests and making sure we all began on time and Aunt Josie did the beautiful bouquets and floral arrangements.

One of the things Lauren and Rick wanted to do from the start was to honor their grandparents who had passed on and they decided to use a Sand Ceremony. Sand Ceremonies normally show the combining of two lives or two families, but for Lauren and Rick it was to show that we hold the hearts of our loved ones within us forever. It was a beautiful sentiment. And it became all the more poignant when, at the beginning of the ceremony, Rick’s dad carried in sand to represent his father and Lauren’s mom carried in sand to represent her mother. When Lauren and Rick later combined the sands during the ceremony, they chose a perfect vase - a flower - an ancient symbol of the human soul and beautifully representative of the Rose Garden where the ceremony took place.


Our keyboardist for the day was Renée Cooper, who did a wonderful job. It was our first time working together for a wedding and I can recommend her heartily to anyone looking for a good keyboardist. She was a consummate professional and knew how to keep the music timed and paced for the event, even when things didn’t necessarily go as originally planned. Renée does not yet have a website, but here is a link to her email.

Ably assisting that day as her “roadie” was her husband, Mark. (Thank goodness for our helpful husbands!)

Lauren and Rick chose as their photographer a young, budding talent in the photographic world, Cait Elizabeth. Cait is only 18 but has been photographing weddings for three years already - and her website shows she knows what she is doing. We are sure to be seeing Cait’s name rise among photographers and I am going to be able to one day say I knew her when! Here’s a sample of her work that I found on Cait’s blog, taken of Lauren and Rick for their engagement photos.


Lauren and Rick, I know you are going to be very happy together and I hope that all your children to follow will have the winning combination of your big smiles and kind hearts.


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Melissa and Alan - a classic Hollywood style wedding at Brier Creek Country Club, Raleigh, June 12, 2009


This was a fun wedding from beginning to end and I will never forget all the surprising and amazingly creative things that Melissa and Alan did for their wedding. They wanted the feel of old, classic Hollywood and they created it right down to the smallest detail - and most of the creations they did themselves. The theme was “Feathers-n-Pearls” and the colors were black, white and hot pink, used creatively in everything they did. Melissa even wore a feather and pearls in her hair and made beautiful pearl necklaces for her bridesmaids.

While planning their wedding, Melissa wrote a blog, appropriately called Feathers-n-Pearls. I encourage everyone to read it if you haven’t already. She has so much great information there and you are sure to find it very useful as you plan your wedding. And it’s a fun read. Here’s a link to a post I wrote about it some time back.

The ceremony took place in the wedding garden at Brier Creek Country Club in Raleigh. There is a large arbor there and for weddings white sheers are hung amongst the beams and they billow with the wind. It makes an incredibly beautiful backdrop and suited Melissa and Alan’s plans perfectly.


The pink pomanders that hung from the chairs and were carried in by the flower girl were hand made by Alan and Melissa. They were so beautiful you would never have guessed they were actually made of tissue paper. They found the directions for them online - so there is sure to be a post about it in her blog.




Also in her blog, Melissa mentioned she was dying her wedding petticoat hot pink and I couldn’t wait to see it at the wedding. Here’s a photo of the finished product - it perfectly matched her bouquet. Nice touch.

Unbelievably, with all the many other things Alan and Melissa did for their wedding, they also found time to write a beautiful ceremony that reflected their feelings for each other as well as their guests. They included a lovely Sand Ceremony and one of their guests caught a great shot of them pouring the sand. (Love those smiles!)

Once the ceremony was concluded, we all went inside for the reception and what a treat for the senses awaited us there! There was the tallest chocolate fountain I had ever seen and lots of hors d’oeuvres, all laid out beautifully. Yum!


But the real treat were the table decorations. Following the feathers and pearls theme, the table centerpieces, created by The English Garden, were very Norma Desmond (Sunset Boulevard)
and absolutely perfect for the occasion. The tables glistened with the crystal, pearls and candles and each table was named for a Hollywood Icon - Audrey Hepburn, James Dean, Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, Cary Grant... just to name a few.


The beautiful cake, created by Cinda’s Creative Cakes, was a knockout and the topper was absolutely perfect for the event. Everywhere you turned it was one amazing thing after the other and it was a total delight to be a part of such a fun and creative evening. I am sure their friends and family will be telling them for years how great their wedding was.



Alyse Woodward of Alyse Woodward Events was the wedding planner and she kept everything rolling along on schedule. There was a lot to oversee for this wedding and she seemed to take it all in stride. I had never worked with Alyse before but she was a lot of fun to be around and I can see why Melissa and Alan chose her.

The photographer for the event was April Sirit of Evoke Photography. I watched her work from the sidelines and she took so many wonderful-looking photos that Melissa and Alan are going to have trouble deciding on just a few hundred. That’s going to be a huge wedding album! Can’t wait to see the final shots once they are online.


And of course, where would an event be without a great DJ? Bethany, of All the Right Grooves (an all female DJ company) was on hand to create the musical backdrop for the evening and she had plenty of Ol’ Blue Eyes in there for the theme of the event. And many other classic greats as well, all chosen by Melissa and Alan. I am always amazed at the range of music that DJs have and Bethany is no exception. Good job, girl!


It was a great evening, and as Alan and Melissa sail off into the sunset, I know they are going to live happily ever after.

(cut - print - that’s a wrap!)
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Other vendors who helped make the wedding a success;

Hair and Make-up - Elizabeth Tolley
Video - Keith - K A Studios
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Update -  Melissa and Alan became the proud parents of Dylan Alexander on August 29, 2010. Congratulations, Mom and Dad!

Here are two great photos, taken by their wedding photographer, April Sirit, of Evoke Photography.



Sharing the love of a child brings an incredible new depth to a marriage.


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the Knot serves up a fun buffet for local wedding vendors, June 11, 2009

If you have been planning a wedding, you probably already know about the knot and their highly successful wedding magazines. They have become the go-to website for all things wedding and are always being quoted and interviewed in the media. Not only do they provide useful information, but they have also grown into a community of couples planning their weddings and much more. The knot has now added a website for the newly married (the nest) and for those expecting a baby (the bump), so the knot family continues to grow.

Last week (6/11/09) the knot came to Raleigh to host an appreciation dinner for their local wedding vendors and it was a great evening. Samantha Dockery of Bliss by Sam, is one of our Raleigh wedding planners and she handled all the local details for the knot. Wakefield Plantation, a beautiful golf community clubhouse with a great lay-out and perfect for weddings, provided the location. And the food they provided was delicious! To add to the fun, a couple of local vendors added some unique additions of their own.

One was Sugarland, a shop in Chapel Hill that makes wedding cakes and other confections. But for this evening they brought along their Italian gelato bar. I had never tasted gelato before but it was exquisite. No wonder so many of us kept going back for more! They had tiny sugar cones they served the gelato in and of course we all had to try the different flavors they brought - each one better than the last. Although they only brought four flavors in their smallest gelato bar, their website shows many, many other flavors as well. I can certainly see how this would be a huge hit at a reception or a rehearsal dinner and I can’t wait for my first excuse to visit their shop in Chapel Hill!
The other fun thing going on that evening was the photo booth, provided by Shutter Booth. Remember when you were a kid at a fair or some arcade and they had those photo booths you’d go into with friends (or your siblings if your parents made you) and you mugged into the camera? Well, this is the same thing - only nicer. And if you want to revert to a kid again immediately, go into one of these! I have been hearing that this is becoming popular at weddings and I can certainly see why. Shutter Booth provided some fun dress-up paraphernalia for the photos and everyone was thoroughly enjoying themselves! I have included some photos from the booth with my good friend and colleague, Rev. Kayelily Middleton, and our willing husbands - all of us hamming it up like a bunch of kids. Because this was a knot event, the knot logo was on the bottom of each set of four photos printed, but for your event the text on the bottom will have your name and information, based on the specs you provide. Very clever. And waaaay too much fun. Within a few days they post all the photos taken at each event on their website (in case you lose the ones you got at your event).

One of the favors the knot gave out that night was delicious cookies with the knot logo as the icing on the cookies. The cookies were great and the reproduction in the icing was superb. This is not your mother’s icing decorations. Their brochure says, “full color images on cookies, chocolates and sugar lays” (yum!) and it appears they can do any text or photo in any color. This would be a great wedding favor or gift to be sure. The name of the company is FB&C (Freedom Bakery & Confections) and you might want to check out their website for the full range of what they can provide.

If you are looking for something really fun and/or different for your wedding or event, you can’t go wrong with any of these companies!
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Also on hand to help make the event a success were the following;

Photography - Emory Lane Photography
Programs and Invitations - Twin Dogs Stationery
Floral Arrangements - Queen Ann’s Florist - 919-360-8383
Audio Visual Equipment - Total Production Services
Entertainment - DJ 360
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Here’s a crop of one of the photos in a set of four, (taken of my husband Bill and I) so you can see the quality of the photos Shutter Booth takes. Bill is such a sweetie and looked too cute here when he stepped out of his normal quiet-self mode, so I couldn’t resist adding one more photo of us together...







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Alicia and Jonathan start their married life in a shower of bubbles at The Umstead Hotel and Spa in Cary, June 6, 2009

The Umstead Hotel and Spa in Cary has the most elegant wedding garden, with inset pavers in bright, emerald green grass against a backdrop of a beautiful, large fountain of water right behind where the Bride and Groom stand. It makes a magnificent view - elegant and understated - just like Alicia and Jonathan

The day was bright and sunny and the air was sparkling as we began the ceremony. Ami Wheeler, the Social Catering Manager for the hotel, is always on hand to make sure the wedding goes as planned and it is a delight to work with her. You can tell she sincerely cares for the wedding couples and their guests and does everything she can to make it a very special event for them.

The music for the day was provided by Molly Olah on violin. Molly is an incredible musician and it was a perfect touch for the day. She is co-owner of North Carolina Wedding Music and as well as playing many instruments herself, she can also provide skilled musicians and ensembles for other instruments that suit your taste and plans. And from what I’ve witnessed, they are all excellent.

When I arrived before the wedding, Kathy Watkins of Recreations Parlour was still finishing up the hair and make-up for the bridal party. What a fun lady - and her work is beautiful. I was amazed to see that although it was a very hot and sunny day for the wedding, whatever it was she did, everybody’s hair and make-up remained impeccable throughout. That’s quite a feat in this humid weather we’ve been having and I should probably get a few pointers from her to learn her secrets. This photo was taken after the ceremony and you can get a feel for how natural her work is.

Alicia and Jonathan decided to recite their beautiful vows to each other without even looking at their vow cards. I was so impressed! That seldom happens because people are so nervous. The words they spoke and the sincerity with which they said them, spoke volumes about the love they have for each other. It was a very touching moment. Being able to be a witness to such special times in people’s lives is one of my favorite parts of being a wedding minister.

Taking advantage of the beautiful weather - and for the sheer fun of it - Alicia and Jonathan planned to head back out the aisle as husband and wife in a shower of bubbles from the guests. Bubbles have a way of bringing out the kid in everyone and all the guests were totally into getting their bubbles going. The photo at the top of this post captures the feel of it beautifully and it was provided by Terry Lillich of Carolina MediaStar. Carolina MediaStar is a group of four photographers and Terry’s photographic colleague that day was Josh Barnett. Their pics are sure to be spectacular if this one with the bubbles is any indication. Nice job, Terry, and many thanks for letting me use your photo.

Alicia and Jonathan are sure to have a happy life together. The loving sentiments expressed in their vows will combine with the fun, cheery happiness that thought of the bubbles and will create a wonderful future for this husband and wife. Many happy days to you both!


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Gretchen and Tim marry June 6, 2009 amid symbols of family, love, life and happiness - Highgrove Estate in Fuquay-Varina

Gretchen and Tim are a happy couple who love their families deeply and it was a real treat to be part of a wedding where so much thought and effort had gone into honoring the heritages of the two families.

When I arrived for the wedding, photographs were still being taken so I had plenty of time to look around at all the decorations. Gretchen’s mom, with a florist background,

was the artistic director and everyone lent a hand for the creations. It was clear that a lot of care and attention to detail had gone into the process and Highgrove Estate (where the wedding was held) was simply glowing with it all. They must have had a lot of fun creating everything and seeing it come to life in its final glory.

Tim is Chinese and to the Chinese, red means happiness. This was to be a happy wedding for sure because red was everywhere. It was wound around the columns of the arbor where the wedding took place, it was in the flowers, the table decorations, the red on Gretchen’s dress and veil
and even in the hanky of her Great-Grandmother that Gretchen carried with her bouquet.

Gretchen was also wearing a garter from another Great-Grandmother and a ring her father had given her on her 18th birthday. Her bouquet was even wrapped in a sleeve from her mother’s wedding dress... such a sweet and clever idea! Everywhere you turned there was love being expressed for family in so many touching and unusual ways.

Tim’s grandparents had passed on but he and Gretchen wanted to honor them during the ceremony so they set up a photo of his grandparents on a table near where we stood. White roses were waiting on Tim’s parents’ chairs and when the time came, Tim and Gretchen got the roses from his parents and placed them lovingly by the photo of his grandparents.


To further emphasize the idea of everlasting love and spirit, butterflies (an ancient symbol of life and the human soul) were placed everywhere amidst the flowers, the decorations and the table centerpieces.

The place cards for the guests were beautifully done Chinese calligraphy of words one would normally associate with weddings, like love and happiness.
They were compelling all lined up on the table waiting for the guests and once they were sitting on the red tablecloths of the individual tables, they were sure to look stunning.

The incredible wedding cake was done in the red and white colors of the day, with calla lilies placed on the sides and atop the cake as the topper. They were so life-like it was hard to believe they were edible!

The decorations on the cake were beautiful and elegant. The top layer had the traditional Chinese wedding symbol for marriage, known as the Double Happiness. How perfect. The creator of this amazing cake was Cinda of Cinda’s Creative Cakes. I have lately been seeing more of her cakes and every one has been elegant and exquisite. The attention to detail and the perfect final product are always what have drawn my attention.

There was also a quiet little display that spoke volumes in and amongst the memorabilia of the day. It was of Gretchen in Africa, on a mission with a group called Seeds Of Hope Outreach, that is working to provide help to the women and children of Africa who have been devastated by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. This group is very dear to Gretchen and Tim and instead of the usual wedding favors normally given to wedding guests, Gretchen and Tim gave a donation to Seeds of Hope Outreach in the name of their guests. I encourage everyone to read about this caring and productive group who are working so hard to make a difference for people whose lives have become desperately hard - particularly the thousands of children who have been orphaned as a result of this terrible disease.

Gretchen and Tim, I know you will fill your lives with the richness of Life in all its forms and through all its gifts. It was an honor to help you launch your new life as husband and wife.
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The photographers for the day were Sarah Alair and Don Parsons of Sarah Alair Photography and I hope to have some photos from them soon to post here. I suspect they are going to be spectacular.


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