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22497
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Continuing on the theme from Figart's article earlier in the same issue, several amusements and vendors from the area are available to entertain both wedding party and guests for Asheville destination weddings, from spas to ballroom dancing, circus performers, and haunted comedy tours.
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22494
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Asheville offers excellent options in ambiance, venues, food, flowers, and arts and crafts to couple planning to exchange vows in the mountains.
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4113
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For couples seeking an inexpensive way to get married, the state's many wedding chapels can afford an answer, providing ministers, flowers, bridal shops, and unique ceremonies, all for a modest price. The Sunshine Wedding Chapel (Cumberland County), Domestic Bliss (Wilmington), Tweed's Wedding Chapel (Buncombe County), Smithfield Wedding Chapel (Johnston County), and the Crystal Wedding Chapel (Blowing Rock) are profiled.
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22496
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Locally-crafted beer is popular throughout Asheville, and is an excellent addition to any wedding reception. Craft beers of all varieties, available from more than a dozen breweries in Buncombe County, are available by the can, bottle, or keg for both weddings and bachelor/bachelorette parties.
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9895
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The Elizabeth City Register of Deeds contains a Marriage Center that boasts an “all in 1 building for 1 hour service” where couples may become legally wed for a minimal fee.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 41 Issue 5, Oct 1973, p16-17, 45, por
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29015
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Weddings in the Triangle are taking on new traditions and informalities. Joe Schwartz and Sara Waters, both writers for INDY, describe their three-day wedding festival at Shakori Hills in Pittsboro. Their wedding featured food trucks, local distilleries, and special shows.
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Indy Week (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57), Vol. 34 Issue 15, April 2017, p18-19, por Periodical Website
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29722
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Marc and Colleen Wheeler, owners of Wedding Festivals, have produced bridal trade shows for more than twenty-five years, with eight annual shows in Western North Carolina. Gathering hundreds of wedding professionals and vendors in one place saves wedding planners time and energy.
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35427
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Historical events, whether it’s of the national or personal nature, were featured in the quintet of recollections that spanned from the depths of WWII to the 1970s. The historical event included in one story was the surrender of the Japanese in September 1945. As for personal historical significance, they ranged from a special wedding gift to acts of generosity that makes the belief in Southern Hospitality ring true.
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29906
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Western North Carolina provides a wide range of choices in wedding planning. This guide highlights the region’s best wedding venues, accommodations, transportation, catering, fashion, decorations, gifts, and entertainment.
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22492
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Asheville's temperate mountain climate offers several creative tastes in locations for a mountain wedding, including Brahma Ridge Event Center and The Farm in Candler, Hidden River Events in Swannanoa, Bell's Cove in Barnardsville, Addison Farms Vineyard, Fontaine Vineyards, and the Omni Grove Park Inn.
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