Saying, "I don't" at the altar is generally inadvisable, except when the officiant is asking if you want the ceremony conducted in pig Latin. Bone up on further matrimonial tips with today's Groupon: for $12, you get a one-year subscription to Jacki Allen's Kentucky Bride magazine (a $24 value).
The brainchild of nationally known wedding and event planner Jacki Allen, Kentucky Bride is the Bluegrass State's only independent magazine for wives-to-be planning ceremonies on any budget. The quarterly publication's original stories address myriad matrimonial matters with a Kentucky kick, such as unusual vow-exchangal venues, the best local food and drink options, and even life after the big day has come and gone and the guests have all gone back to their underground lairs.
Knot tiers of weddings past offer advice to those taking trips down the aisle, and famed cake bakers, dressmakers, and photo takers divulge tips of the trade. Profiles of authentic local love celebrations offer a glimpse at real-world weddings between real human beings, never cyborg spousebots incapable of genuine affection. Couples wanting to show off their own Kentucky fêtes can submit their stories and photos for potential publication.
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