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Virginia and Chris

Filed in Review, Wedding — November 19, 2021

I had the joy of marrying Virginia and Chris at the Geneva Inn, in Lake Geneva, on Tuesday, November 16th. I really enjoyed working with this couple, and it was an honor to be at their intimate elopement celebration. I particularly liked that they read a poem to each other during the wedding and ended with dancing to Etta James’ song, “At Last,” which was a perfect way to finish the ceremony. Wishing them all the best in the years to come.

Virginia wrote in a recent email, “Thank you for such a wonderful ceremony and all your help with my dress, earrings, and shoes since my excited bridal fingers weren’t working properly! You made our wedding better than I could have ever imagined!”

Here is the review she wrote on Wedding Wire, The Knot, and Google Business:

“Pat was warm, kind, and knowledgeable about every aspect of our ceremony and the marriage license. My husband and I eloped, and Pat had crafted a beautiful ceremony for us during our initial Zoom meeting. We had a private ceremony, and Pat even helped me with the buttons on my wedding gown! We were so happy with everything Pat did for us!”


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