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Jen and Jake

Filed in Review, Wedding — May 6, 2022


“We could not have asked for a better officiant than Rev. Pat Werk. Our ceremony was, by far, the smoothest (and best) part of our wedding – thanks to Pat!

In our initial meeting, she really took the time to get to know us and stood out (by a long shot) compared to other officiants we were “interviewing.” Pat’s communication was excellent and made everything very easy. She provided many suggestions and informative documents. Some of these documents included song and reading suggestions; the best one was instructions on applying for our marriage license and all the documents we would need!

It was like she knew exactly who we were and that we had known each other for years. She kept our whole bridal party on schedule and was able to coordinate everything. I did not have a worry in the world! There were so many personal touches that really reflected who we are as a couple. We received so many compliments, and we will forever have this beautiful memory with Pat. We hope our paths cross again!”

Thank you, Jen, for writing this heartfelt review for me on The Knot. Your kind words of praise meant so much to me.

Jen and Jake were married on March 26, 2022, at the Delafield Hotel, in Delafield, WI.

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