And this is how they used to do it. At the courthouse of a small town in the middle of nowhere, with painted on mortar lines in the brick, a tiny wedding party, and 4 rows of folding chairs on the lawn. That's how you do it in rural, small-town Utah. And as a non-denominational minister, justice of the peace, and wedding officiant, that's what I'm asked to do for the Bride and Groom. I officiate wedding ceremonies in all sorts of circumstances with all types of groups, but the importance of the wedding vow never diminishes, and the emotion of the process is always powerful.
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