"I think I was signing before I was talking," new bride Julie Finkel told InsideEdition.com. "When I am at a loss for words in English, I know exactly what to sign. I even dream in sign language sometimes."
Both Julie's her parents were born deaf after their mothers contracted Rubella in 1964 while they were pregnant.
As a result, Finkel said, her parents often feel left out at events where there's no sign language interpreter. She did not want them to feel this way at her wedding.
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