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Warm Wishes for Katie and Jeremy

Filed in Review, Wedding — October 19, 2017

Katie and Jeremy said “I do” in Hartland, WI and their reception was at the beautiful Bristlecone Pines Golf ClubIt was a very warm day for a wedding, especially for September, but these two were smiles all day and you can’t beat the golden September sunlight! So happy for you both.  Wishing you warm wishes for a happy and long life together. 

Here is a review that Katie and Jeremy wrote about Rev. Pat on Wedding Wire:

“Pat was amazing. I’m so glad we chose her to officiate our wedding. She was super polite, and easy and fast to communicate with. Our ceremony turned out to be exactly what we wanted. Hiring Pat was one of the best decisions we made for our wedding. ”

Photos by the FABULOUSLY FANTASTIC Tara Draper Photography.

 

 

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