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Katie and Robert

Filed in Review, Wedding — October 1, 2018

Katie recently wrote me this fantastic review on Wedding Wire about their wedding at the Park Hotel.  I loved working with Katie and Robert!  And I particularly love the line she wrote in her review that said, “even those who ‘don’t cry at weddings’, showed a great deal of emotion at our ceremony.”

“Pat did a wonderful job officiating our ceremony. She worked with us to make it personal, and got down to every last detail. Our friends and family, even those who “don’t cry at weddings”, showed a great deal of emotion at our ceremony.”

Photo by Karly Jo Photography

 

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