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It all took place in Hartford, Connecticut at Hartford Flavor Co. (a unique artisan liqueur distillery) and Hog River Brewing Co. (a favorite local brewery). A hand-painted vegan leather jacket and towering black wedding cake are a few of the must-see details…

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Their guests brought the house down with spectacular costumes while Sayjal and Steve rocked vintage gothic looks. Don't miss the bride's