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Home wedding? 5 things to consider

Wedding season is here, and with the economy pushing more couples to smaller-budget weddings, it’s becoming trendy to hold the event at home. WCCO has five things to consider when planning a backyard Minnesota wedding.
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Wedding season is here, and with the economy pushing more couples to smaller-budget weddings, it’s becoming trendy to hold the event at home. WCCO has five things to consider when planning a backyard Minnesota wedding.

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