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WEDDINGS

Anheuser Busch contest winners Ally and Dustin Koudela were married on July 10 on a Busch farm in Idaho Falls.
A Duluth woman will walk down the aisle in the wedding dress her mother and grandmother wore.
Ralph Engelstad Arena, a spacious, elegant building, offers a variety of intimate settings for weddings and related events, including groom’s dinners and wedding receptions. Naastad Acres, located on a farm near Hatton, N.D., offers a charming, pastoral setting for country, outdoor weddings.
At her upcoming wedding, Bailey Solheim plans to have pictures taken with a veil that's nearly a century old. Solheim is marrying Mason Grimes, whose great-great-great-grandmother made the veil.

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This story is part of the Grand Forks Herald's 2020 Wedding Guide.
According to the Minnesota Department of Health, 851 COVID-19 cases were tied to weddings through October, which is second only to restaurants and bars, in terms of origins of social outbreaks in the state.
ROCHESTER, Minn. — Social distancing couldn’t keep this couple apart, and their love wouldn’t wait for COVID-19 to pass.
Area brides experience the paradox of planning a wedding during a time of uncertainty about when a large group of family and friends can safely gather.
Northern Grand Forks has a new multi-purpose venue – one with a long history – that has been repurposed with the intention of keeping business in town and revitalizing the area.
When people wish you "Season's Greetings" over the next month, most likely they're talking about Christmas, Hanukkah or any number of other holidays that happen in December. But this is definitely also engagement season. According to a survey from Wedding Wire, 40 percent of all engagements happen from December to February. According to another site, womangettingmarried.com, these 10 dates are the most popular to pop the question:

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Lexie and Kris Huebner have created an alternative rural venue near Hatton, N.D., for couples who want a more casual, relaxing outdoor venue for their wedding ceremony.
The rules of wedding registries are changing. A single registry can bring tens of thousands of dollars in sales, and companies are increasingly thinking beyond kitchen gadgets and housewares in courting couples.
FARGO -- By the time you read this, my godchild will be married. My beloved Kari -- the little girl I nicknamed "Flower" because of her sunny disposition -- will officially be a wife. How did this happen? I now understand the disbelief that paren...

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