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Old 14th of March 2011 (Mon)   #1
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: NE Indiana
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Default Guitar Center Wedding

Last week I was asked by Shawnee and Jason to perform a wedding for them that they wanted to have at the local Guitar Center. So in the midst of planning for the service I find out that they weren't able to get a photographer and I volunteered to bring my camera and take a few pictures for them. So I thought I would share these as it isn't every day that you have a bride rocking out on the bass guitar.
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