, 2014


Wanted: ‘Local’ wedding stories

Did you grow up on a farm and decide to get married in the cow pasture? Did you spend your summer afternoons at the river and decide to arrive by boat for your wedding? Or did you just incorporate a little of river country into your special day by hosting a farm-themed or nautical-themed wedding?

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What special touches or elements did you add to your wedding to make it “local” to the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula?

Send us photographs of your special day along with a 50-word-maximum description including names of the bride and groom and everyone appearing in the pictures, where the couple was married and what they did to add a local touch and we may publish it in Bliss, a bridal supplement appearing soon in the Rappahannock Record and Southside Sentinel.

The deadline for entry is Monday, January 21. Email photos to the Rappahannock Record at editor@rrecord.com, deliver them to 27 North Main Street in Kilmarnock, or mail them to the Rappahannock Record, P.O. Box 400, Kilmarnock VA 22482.

Photos also may be emailed to the Southside Sentinel at editor@ssentinel.com, delivered to 276 Virginia Street in Urbanna, or mailed to Southside Sentinel,  P.O. Box 549, Urbanna VA 23175.


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