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A Flawless Wedding Ceremony

Filed in Review, Wedding — December 4, 2017

Thank you Kelsey and Chris for writing such a nice review for me on Wedding Wire. I’m so grateful for your taking the time to write such a kind and heartfelt review for me. It was wonderful to work with both of you and I was honored to officiate your wedding.

“My husband and I are so grateful that Pat was our officiant on our special day. From the beginning, Pat made us feel very comfortable. She has such an upbeat and positive personality/attitude, we loved that about her! Pat allowed us to customize our ceremony so it would be perfect for both my husband and myself. Because of Pat, our wedding ceremony was FLAWLESS! It was perfect and we received many compliments regarding Pat. I highly recommend Pat to officiate your wedding, you will not regret it!”
Kelsey and Chris married on November 17, 2017 at Noah’s Event Venue, Madison, WI

 

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