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WEDDINGS

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While the wedding dress remains the most important fashion decision of most weddings, dressing the wedding party can be almost as important. There are the bridesmaids, groomsmen, flower girl and mother of the bride, just to name a few, all of whom need their own special outfit. Sue Spanier and Jennifer Morrison, co-owners of Wedding and Tuxedo Connection of Richmond, share the trends and give advice about how to dress the wedding party.
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The Renville County Historical Society collected and displayed more than 150 years of bridal fashion in 2022. The dresses ranged from a black Victorian number from the 1880s to two dresses from 2020, illustrating how weddings were impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. The dresses were exhibited during the Renville County Fair in August.
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The Renville County Historical Society wedding dress exhibit showcased bridal fashion from the 1880s to 2020.
Anheuser Busch contest winners Ally and Dustin Koudela were married on July 10 on a Busch farm in Idaho Falls.

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