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A Review by David and Sarah

Filed in Review, Wedding — September 30, 2019

Thank you David and Sarah for writing this very nice review for me on both The Knot and Wedding Wire:

Pat was a phenomenal officiant for our wedding! She was very helpful in the planning process that made our wedding truly one-of-a-kind. She was very organized and helped make sure that the ceremony went off without any problems.
Pat met with us several times to make sure that our ceremony reflected our values. She went above and beyond to make our wedding day amazing. She wrote individualized sections for the ceremony that made our day feel truly special.
(Married on September 22, 2019 at The Fields Reserve, Stoughton, WI)


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