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A Midwife Officiant in the State's Capitol

A Midwife Officiant in the State's Capitol

Photos by: Chelsea Matson

*A midwife who played a critical role at the bride’s birth now serving as co-officiant with her partner.

*A poem read through the generations (the bride’s grandpa read it at her mom’s wedding in the 90s, and so her mom read it to her and her now-husband at their wedding).

*A final hug before officially becoming family.

*One last photo of the epic venue and couple. They built their home in Madison and fell in love with the state’s capitol, and they concluded their ceremony wearing a blessing shawl that symbolized their union.

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