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Scott and Mandee Rose

Filed in Review, Wedding — May 5, 2019

 

So many laughs were had marrying this wonderful couple yesterday at Burrows Park in Madison. Congratulations Scott & Mandee Rose! -Rev. Amy

Thank you for writing this wonderful review for Rev. Amy on both The Knot and Wedding Wire. Here is what Mandee wrote:
“AMAZING!!!

Rev. Amy was the absolute best!

I don’t even know where to begin about how amazing she was for our ceremony.

Personable, punctual, great listener, flexible, understanding, and genuinely knowledgeable about any thing we asked.

She never once made us feel judged or rushed for anything. She also gave us a lot of really great pointers regarding our ceremony and reception that we had never thought of.

She handled my talkative self like a champ, exchanged dog pictures with me and my now husband, and made it a point to make us feel comfortable.

10/10!!!”

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