Ok, not a real castle, but Utah County has a couple of wedding venues that present as a castle in aesthetic. As a non-denominational minister and professional wedding officiant I've worked at just about all of them, and this one was highlighted by heavy wood doors, ornate columns and architecture, and open-air rooftops. It's always amazing to me that people are strangers then they meet and laugh and fight and fall in love, then they agree to stand in front of everyone in a wedding ceremony and commit themselves to each other, to devote themselves to a mutual goal and work toward it. That's one of my favorite things about being a wedding officiant, whether I'm working a face-to-face or remote wedding, the sentiment is always there. Two kids falling in love in, two kids vowing to be faithful and strong and resilient for each other in a wedding ceremony at a castle in front of family and friends. Pretty amazing stuff actually.
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