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Savannah and Cody

Filed in Wedding — July 10, 2022

It was a delight to officiate Savannah and Cody’s wedding last Friday after I got a call on Tuesday that Cody’s childhood pastor came down with Covid, and they wanted to know if I could fill in for him. In two days, we put together a beautiful that had even their photographer, Caitlin, at @caynayphoto crying. 

Here is what Savannah wrote to me in her thank you note: 
“Pat- I’m not sure there are words enough to thank you for jumping in this week to officiate! Not only officiating, but also took the time, energy, and care to make an extremely special ceremony that felt so personal to us. We are so fortunate to have you in our lives.”

Photo by Caynay Photo

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