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Richele and Eric

Filed in Review, Wedding — September 21, 2020

Officiating Richele and Eric’s wedding this past August was such a joy. Not only were the flora decorations beautiful and maybe my favorite this wedding season, and I could say the same thing about this couple as well. Richele and Eric are the sweetest, most caring people, and I had so much fun working with them. I thoroughly enjoyed being able to share their love story- they have known each other since 3rd grade, were lab partners in 6th grade, but officially started dating their junior year of high school. That means they have known each other for approximately 20 years and have been dating for about 11 years. Now that is creating a solid foundation for a happy marriage.

Thank you, Richele and Eric, for writing this fantastic review for Koru on Wedding Wire, The Knot, and Google Business.

“My husband and I highly recommend Koru Ceremony! Our officiant initially sat down with us and took us through the ceremony planning process. Pat was very organized and knowledgeable about each section of the wedding ceremony. She was understanding and really talked about how she wanted the ceremony to reflect who we truly are as a couple. The planning process was clear; informational packets helped us choose from the different ceremony options/phrases/styles that we thought best suited us. Pat is also so easy to talk to in getting to know us. It was nice to see our finalized ceremony so we could make edits or changes in wording. Our wedding day started off smoothly because we had Pat as our officiant. We knew, after leaving our first initial meeting, that she would be able to set a calming aura at our wedding ceremony to then also set the stage for the rest of our wedding day celebration!”
Richele and Eric were married on August 15, 2020, at Koshkonong Mounds Country Club in Fort Atkinson, WI. 

 

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KORU (kor-roo) is the Maori word for “loop.” For the indigenous people of New Zealand, the koru spiral represents a fern frond beginning to unfurl. The koru symbol embodies new beginnings, a new phase of life, renewal, hope for the future, positive change, personal growth, working in harmony, bringing people together, and being mindful of the good things in life.

At Koru Ceremony, we strive to personify these ideals and celebrate a new beginning through ceremony and ritual.

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