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Lindsay and Carmello’s Madison Public Library Wedding

Filed in Review, Wedding — January 16, 2018

I love working with Laura Zastrow Photography LLC.  Laura is one of my favorite photographers and we have done a number of weddings together.  Here are the photos she recently shared with me from Lindsay and Carmello’s wedding last summer at the Central Branch of the Madison Public Library.

I particularly enjoyed working with this really cool, laid back, wonderful couple and got to work with them again when they asked me to come over to their new home and do a house blessing and space clearning for them.

Also, many thanks to Lindsay for writing this very nice review for me on Wedding Wire:

“Pat created a customized ceremony that included everything that was important to us and nothing that was not. She delivered it professionally and perfectly. She also blessed our new home as part of our journey of together forever.”

 

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