Juewon + Jane: Cleveland Museum of Art Wedding Ohio

“You make me happy whether you know it or not,
We should be happy that’s what I said from the start,
I am so happy knowing you are the one,
That I want for the rest of my days,
For the rest of my days,
You’re all of my days.”

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