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Eric and Liza

Filed in Review, Wedding — August 25, 2018

UPDATE:  I received this really wonderful review from Liza that she posted on Wedding Wire:
“Pat is incredible! She made an effort to get to know me and my husband and was flexible, easy to work with, and genuine. Our ceremony was exactly what we wanted it to be and it was an absolute pleasure to have Pat as our officiant.”

I officiated a wedding today in Baraboo at a brand new wedding venue that just opened this year called Vennebu Hill.  The venue is beautiful and having the ceremony outside between two large, mature trees and its stunning view was breathtaking.

Sarah Sarbacker, from Cherry Blossom Events, was their wedding coordinator. I am always delighted when I have the chance to work with her and Andrea VandeBerg. They are such incredibly talented and creative women and I was blown away by today’s gorgeous décor.

But what made this wedding so memorable was the couple themselves. Eric and Liza were so completely present in the moment throughout the entire ceremony. Seeing the look of love in their eyes once again reminded me of what an honor and a privilege it is to be a part of one of the best days of these amazing couple’s lives. I love every wedding that I officiate but today’s wedding was extremely special and one I will remember. ​


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