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Susan and Don’s UW Arboretum COVID-19 Wedding

Filed in Review, Wedding — July 1, 2020

 

I loved marrying Susan and Don in May at the UW Arboretum.  They were a sweet and unconventional couple.  Being able to create a unique, one-of-a-kind ceremony that fit them perfectly was a joy.  Here is the review they wrote for me on The Knot, Wedding Wire, and Google Business.

“We were delighted to have Pat as our officiant for a non-traditional, non-religious, socially distanced pandemic wedding and I cannot recommend her highly enough!

We were VERY specific about what we wanted, while simultaneously needing a lot of guidance. Pat provided that guidance in a wonderfully patient way and was very understanding of how much control I took of the ceremony text and planning.

We met in person a couple times before the pandemic but after that, every meeting was done remotely via zoom and by email. She was exceptionally punctual about responding when I made changes or had questions.

When the day came, Pat allowed us to be without masks while she and our witnesses wore them, and we maintained social distancing. She was a delightfully elegant, venerable officiant and spoke beautifully. It was truly a more perfect day than I had even imagined, and I am so glad we met Pat to walk through it with us!”

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