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“They had been practicing for months and knew exactly what to do, but I think the day was really overwhelming and Thea started to cry as she got to the end,” recalls Chelsea. “We have a hilarious photo of Thea crying and Ronnie looking panic-stricken at his mum. It’s one of my favorite pictures.” The avid readers had a subtle theme throughout the day of books, using quotes on all their stationery and for a ceremony reading. “Reading is how we got back in contact after so many years,” says Ashley. Chelsea wrote the entire ceremony, which began with her dad walking her down the aisle. A family friend was the officiant and helped fine-tune the script throughout the year. They said traditional vows and also did a ring warming, “so that every guest felt included in the ceremony.” When they recessed, it was to an instrumental version of Curtis Mayfield’s “Move On Up,” a fun, upbeat song that would be the start of the celebration. The pair envisioned a classic Italian family-style meal with everyone sitting together at one long table. Never before having used a sewing machine, Chelsea cut and sewed 50 black napkins from crepe fabric and made tags with their names and wedding date on one side and their favorite love-related quotes from novels on the other side.
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