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More than an officiant, instead a friend…

Filed in Review, Wedding — October 3, 2017

Adam and Kristin,
I can’t thank you enough for writing such an amazing and heartfelt review for me on Wedding Wire.  I am deeply touched by your words of praise.  Thank you, thank you!!

“Pat could not have been easier to work with, nor created a better ceremony for Kristin and I. From the very beginning, Pat was tremendously responsive and attentive to our questions and needs. In addition to the direct ceremony language process (which was collaborative and customized), Pat provided guidance and recommendation for a host of other ceremony-related questions (vendors, readings, etc.). From the beginning to the ceremony itself, Pat became more than just an officiant, and instead became the friend that helped celebrate our wedding. We cannot recommend Pat highly enough.”
Adam and Kristin married on September 30, 3017 at Olbrich Gardens, Madison, WI

 

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