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Dinosaur topiaries and punk rock shoes at this museum wedding

Devon and Faith had their wedding at the Los Angeles Natural History Museum, which meant lots of dinosaur and prehistoric details (including dino topiaries!). Faith wore an amazing black gown, sexy mesh booties, and birdcage veil. The ceremony was officiated by Devon's father and was held in front of the museum’s dinosaur display. It also included an a capella version of Pixie's "Velouria.
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