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A Review by Kaitlin and Jeff

Filed in Review, Wedding — February 3, 2020

 

Thank you Kaitlin and Jeff for writing this glowing and very sweet review for me on both The Knot and Wedding Wire.

“Pat was truly wonderful to work with! Throughout the process, we were able to meet with her face to face to discuss exactly what we wanted our ceremony to look like. She was also very responsive to email communication. Pat was very organized, which made putting our ceremony script together very easy. She facilitated the rehearsal and made sure to check in with our wedding party to answer any questions they made have had and to ensure they were where they needed to be. Pat’s attention to detail made us feel confident that our ceremony would be perfect. We would highly recommend Pat to anyone who is looking for an officiant!”

Kaitlin and Jeff were married on January 18, 2020 at RiverStone, Fort Atkinson, WI
Photo by Caitlin Stemper, caynayphoto.com

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