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How Same-Sex Marriage Has (and Hasn’t) Changed the Triangle’s Wedding Industry

The one-man-one-woman idea is still embedded in the industry’s vocabulary

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Wedding Planner Alex Fisher Says N.C. Couples Are Spending More But Ditching Patriarchal Traditions

Trending venues: coffeeshops and mountaintops

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Welcome to the INDY’s Alternative Wedding Guide

Let me tell you about the time I got married in a bar

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Big Day Stressing You Out? Here Are Some Ways to Relax.

Treat yourself

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A To-Do List for Your Out-of-Town Guests

You need to find somewhere to take nana

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Couples Are Unique. Weddings Can Be, Too.

At weddings across the Triangle, there’s a new take on tradition

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Escape Rooms: Bars Where You Can Avoid Your Family

Got family in town? You’ll need a drink.

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Brooks Ann Camper’s Wedding Garb is Custom-Made, But It’s Hardly Customary

Camper’s may be the only custom bridal shop in the Triangle—and it may well be the only one anywhere run by somebody whose background is solely in theater, not fashion

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Last-Minute Gifts for Your Favorite Freaky (or Foodie, Vintage-y) Couple

Everything you need to get something cool quick

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Tips from a Divorce Lawyer on Things to Look Out for If You’re Tying the Knot

Also, why adultery isn’t always a marriage killer

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