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Michelle and Derek

Filed in Review, Wedding — October 15, 2018

Derek and Michelle were married this past Saturday in the Senate Chamber at the WI State Capitol. The Capitol holds significance for them so it was the perfect place to get married. It’s where they met and shared many happy conversations while working at the Capitol and where Derek proposed to Michelle. Congratulations to this wonderful couple.

UPDATE: I received this really nice review that Derek wrote for me on both Wedding Wire and The Knot

Pat was absolutely wonderful to work with in helping us to prepare our ceremony and achieve the right flow. She met with us several times, provided great suggestions, and was available to us every step of the way. Most importantly, she smoothly and expertly guided us through such an important part of our day, and her positive energy really helped to make the moment special for us! I would highly recommend her to anyone.


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