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Kelli and Alex Bridal Barn Wedding Review

Filed in Review, Wedding — July 28, 2017

I love thes photos by Errin Hiltbrand Photography at Kelli and Alex’s wedding at the Bridal Barn and Gardens in Mt. Horeb. So much fun to be a part of this wedding since I had also married Alex’s sister two years ago. Kelli and Alex were just as wonderful to work with.

Thank you Kelli and Alex for writing such a nice review for me on both The Knot and Wedding Wire:

 
We worked with Pat for our wedding this July (2017) and loved her! We had worked with her previously on another family member’s wedding and had such a great experience with her that we knew we wanted her for our wedding too. From the start, Pat was great about presenting options, helping us design the type of ceremony we were looking for, and customizing the ceremony to our requests and us. She put us at ease with all the hoops to jump through with the license and made it very easy to follow. Pat joined us for the rehearsal and we’re so glad we did it. She helped the wedding party and the families feel less nervous about the proceedings of the ceremony and she was great at directing folks on what to do and when to do it. The wedding ceremony went off without a hitch (except for us getting hitched :)) and Pat was instrumental in that!
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