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Charlotte and Zach 9/1/19

Filed in Review, Wedding — September 1, 2019

I had the opportunity to officiate a ceremony close to home at the Cambridge Winery. What an honor and a joy to work with Charlotte and Zach! I loved this couple and when the ceremony ended they jumped into their muscle car and took off with squeal and a spinning of tires. It made their guests laugh. Adorable!

Here is a review Charlotte wrote for me right away on Wedding Wire:

It was an amazing experience working with Pat for my wedding. She is very organized and provides all the information you need to help make those important decisions for the big day. She’s very flexible and made everything stress free.


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