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Selfies by Sarah

Filed in Review, Wedding — July 18, 2017

One of the very cool things that Rev. Sarah Harrison does with each of her couples is take a selfie after the ceremony.  So much fun!!

 

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Sarah sends her gratitude to Bill and Jensi for having her officiate their beautiful wedding ceremony at the Blackhawk Country Club in Madison, WI. It was such a lovely day in June.

 

 

Thank you to Joe and Katy for honoring me with a job that I love to do with all my heart! It was a pleasure of mine to be a part of such a magical day. They were married at Badger Farms LLC under a beautiful oak tree in Deerfield, WI. The owners of Badger Farms, Dave and Betsy, were delightful to work with and created a beautiful setting for Joe and Katy to celebrate their love. Congratulations, friends, Joe and Katy.

And here is the rave review that Katy wrote for Rev. Sarah on Wedding Wire

Rev. Sarah was wonderful. I can’t tell you how many people complimented us on how personal our ceremony was. She infused the ceremony with intimate details of our lives and love story and it really felt like a dear friend officiated our wedding. She was attentive and supportive throughout the planning process, but even more importantly she was such a calming force on the day of our wedding. I can’t imagine a more perfect person to have officiated our ceremony.

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