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Brides are trending toward colored flowers, such as these created by Mabel Flowers and Gifts. The vibrant shades stand out against the brides’ white dresses.  SUBMITTED PHOTO/MABEL FLOWERS AND GIFTS
Brides are trending toward colored flowers, such as these created by Mabel Flowers and Gifts. The vibrant shades stand out against the brides’ white dresses. SUBMITTED PHOTO/MABEL FLOWERS AND GIFTS
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Wednesday, February 05, 2014 4:37 AM
Weddings and flowers are synonymous; the two go hand-in-hand. However, the type and style of each arrangement is unique to each and every wedding. Florists work personally with each bride to help her vision of her wedding flowers come to life.
  • Chatfield woman finds perfect 
'Match' second time around
    The hummingbirds and strawberries happened because Tammie and Wayne lit a Match.com. 
  • Couples find great outdoor wedding sites in Rushford, Peterson area
    With spring just a few months away, planning weddings is starting to become a common thing. With wooded forest areas throughout rolling bluffs, a scenic bike trail along the Root River, and a variety of places for lodging, Rushford and Peterson are two great towns to have an outdoor wedding. 
  • Wedding flowers add beauty and personality to a wedding
    Weddings and flowers are synonymous; the two go hand-in-hand. However, the type and style of each arrangement is unique to each and every wedding. Florists work personally with each bride to help her vision of her wedding flowers come to life. 
  • Tough Mudder, easy love
    "He's the type of boy I'd make a sandwich for." 
  • International wedding presents new experience for Preston resident
    Ted Schlichter, a retired farmer and rural Preston resident, had known his cousin, Mike Whalen, for many years. What he didn't know was that because of that friendship, he would be traveling 8,500 miles to Cambodia. 
  • Special wedding setting 'played' with couple's hearts, won an encore
    The love of acting brought them together, but they aren't acting anymore ... this is true love. 
  • Spring Valley native marries 'best friend' in July wedding
    To be Frank, Kelsey Marzolf married her "best friend" on July 21, 2012. 
  • Surprise romantic proposal was well planned
    There was a barely-discernable undercurrent at Lanesboro's Old Barn Resort on the evening of Oct. 20. The place was packed, but that was not out of the norm for a weekend Saturday night during the season. But there was an unusual number of people there who knew each other; strangers would likely assume it was a large gathering of some group. And they would be right: It was, just not with a very usual reason for the gathering! 
  • Toots and Whistles...
    When Teri Rosaaen of Spring Grove met Luke Vatland of Mabel, she realized that he was already in love - with old iron. She accepted that. 
  • Calligraphy, embossing, fonts, watermarks - these and other terms are finely engrained in the wedding stationery lexicon. While traditionalists may pore over carefully crafted invitations and other stationery products from commercial printers, couples looking to rein in wedding spending may choose to take a more hands-on approach to wedding invitations ... by printing the invites themselves. 
  • Determining if a destination wedding is for you
    When the time comes to walk down the aisle, more and more couples are choosing to make the procession in a far-off land. 
  • There are many different ways to convey feelings of affection. Some people pen poetry, others bestow gifts, while still others feel moved by music and lyrics. 
  • Special wedding setting 'played' with couple's hearts, won an encore
    The love of acting brought them together, but they aren't acting anymore ... this is true love. 
  • Spring Valley native marries 'best friend' in July wedding
    To be Frank, Kelsey Marzolf married her "best friend" on July 21, 2012.

    "I was best friends with his younger sister, Rachel, and met Tom through her," said the new Mrs. Frank, who married Tom Frank, whom she also calls her "best friend," though for so many different reasons. 
  • Surprise romantic proposal was well planned
    There was a barely-discernable undercurrent at Lanesboro's Old Barn Resort on the evening of Oct. 20. The place was packed, but that was not out of the norm for a weekend Saturday night during the season. But there was an unusual number of people there who knew each other; strangers would likely assume it was a large gathering of some group. And they would be right: It was, just not with a very usual reason for the gathering! 
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