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A Review by Samantha and Tanner

Filed in Review, Wedding — September 2, 2019

A review written by Samantha on Wedding Wire and The Knot:

Pat Werk made my wedding dreams come true. I had never been to a nonreligious wedding before and was doubtful that I would be able to have a ceremony that fit our relationship. Pat came to us with so many ideas to personalize every line of our ceremony. We wanted to include our daughter by presenting her a necklace and Pat fit it in perfectly. I never felt unheard or like a burden when communicating with Pat before and during our wedding.  I am so thankful to her and she will always hold a special place in our wedding memories.

In an email Samantha wrote:

 
We both want to thank you very much for marrying us and officiating such a beautiful ceremony. I received many compliments, even from a few of my very religious family members. With it being so unconventional, I wasn’t expecting such wonderful reactions.  Thank you again!
Samantha and Tanner, married on August 3, 2019 at The Creamery 201, Fort Atkinson, WI

Photo by Danielle Renee Photography

 

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