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A Review by Megan and John

Filed in Review, Wedding — May 2, 2020

 

Megan and John- Thank you so much for writing these incredible heartfelt words of praise.  I am blushing but I am so glad not only that you loved the ceremony but that I was also helpful to you during such a difficult time.  I thought you pulled off an amazing wedding and look forward to the big celebration next April.  Thank you so much for taking the time to write such a beautiful review for me on both The Knot and Wedding Wire.

“I wish I could give this rating ten stars! We were so lucky to find Reverend Pat on “The Knot”. We met with her once and knew immediately that we wanted her to marry us.

We spent the better half of a year planning and critiquing our ceremony with the help and guidance of Reverend Pat. Her wide array of ceremony suggestions, readings, vows, and styles were phenomenal! She created a very personal and customized ceremony for us, and it was beautiful!

Unfortunately, COVID19 struck a month before our planned date, and we had to backtrack and re-plan everything.

Pat was SO quick to help. She immediately gave us different “civil ceremony” options, as well as offered a shortened/revised version of our original ceremony (which we decided to do).

Our readjusted wedding day was more perfect than I could have imagined! As Pat read our shorter customized ceremony, there was not a dry eye to be seen. Our vows will be remembered forever.

Pat connected with my fiancé and me immediately. Her kindness and devotion to bring two people together shines through at all times.

We can’t thank you enough Pat! You are truly wonderful.

Anyone looking for an officiant…. look no further. Reverend Pat will make your day beautiful and intimate. You’ll remember it for the rest of your lives.”
Megan and John were married on April 25, 2020, at John’s parents’ house.

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