Sara & Kyle

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The bridal party was looking cool, calm, and collected at a spot just down the road from St. Alban’s Country club. ¬†Considering it was about 98 degrees at the time, I’m amazed!! ¬†They really were troopers!

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Julie Goette at Ten Four Paper created beautiful announcements and other pieces at the reception as well.Tines_blog_04 Tines_blog_05

Sara spent a lot of time on the details which added so much to the event.

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I don’t know how Rich Zengel Florists did it but these bouquets held up in brutally high temperatures.Tines_blog_09

Wonderful momentos of her father were on both the bouquet and wedding dress.Tines_blog_10 Tines_blog_11 Tines_blog_12 Tines_blog_13 Tines_blog_14 Tines_blog_15 Tines_blog_16 Tines_blog_17 Tines_blog_18 Tines_blog_19 Tines_blog_20 Tines_blog_21 Tines_blog_22 Tines_blog_23

A Time Capsule for guests to fill with well wishes and predictions added to the fun.

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The Cakery created one of the largest cakes I’ve ever seen which is no small feat!Tines_blog_26 Tines_blog_27 Tines_blog_28 Tines_blog_29

Smashband got the crowd involved and all ages were out there on the dance floor.Tines_blog_30 Tines_blog_31 Tines_blog_32 Tines_blog_33 Tines_blog_34 Tines_blog_35 Tines_blog_36 Tines_blog_37 Tines_blog_38

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