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A Review by Katherine and Michael

Filed in Review, Wedding — November 5, 2019

Thank you Katherine and Michael for writing this very sweet review for me on Wedding Wire and The Knot after your wedding this past weekend at The Park Hotel.  It was a great pleasure to work with both of you.  Wishing you all the best in the years ahead.

“Pat Werk was absolutely amazing and a blast to work with. We loved that she had a customizable ceremony, with plenty of options (including write ins!) that let it make it unique to us. She also paid a lot of attention to details. Beyond that, even more importantly she was kind, very experienced, and made the whole process smooth and easy.

We could not have asked for more on this special day. We are indebted to her for helping make it as wonderful as it was.”

 

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