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July 18, 2018

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Wednesday Wedding Wisdom: What to do Before the Big Day

It’s 2018! Which means an influx of fresh wedding ideas for the newly engaged or mid-planning brides. We’ve got an insider scoop to the colors and stylized details, emerging themes, unique foods, and interactive entertainment that are bursting onto the industry scene. Get your Pinterest boards ready and take a look at our top 5 wedding trends of 2018!

Wednesday Wedding Wisdom: Top 5 Wedding Trends of 2018

It’s 2018! Which means an influx of fresh wedding ideas for the newly engaged or mid-planning brides. We’ve got an insider scoop to the colors and stylized details, emerging themes, unique foods, and interactive entertainment that are bursting onto the industry scene. Get your Pinterest boards ready and take a look at our top 5 wedding trends of 2018!

Wednesday Wedding Wisdom: Choosing the Perfect Wedding Menu

A lot of aspects go into choosing the best menu for your wedding. The theme/style, venue, and other items will all affect what you should or shouldn’t serve to your guests. Whether you’re planning an elegant and traditional wedding or a small, intimate gathering with your close family, there is a suitable catering option for you. Below, I’ve explained some of the factors that will help you decide the perfect menu for your big day.

Wednesday Wedding Wisdom: Number of guests will impact budget

So you’ve finally met with some potential vendors, and you begin to notice a common theme. Sure, you’re aware there are various elements of a wedding that contribute to your overall budget, but did you realize that majority of those are greatly impacted by the guest count?

Wednesday Wedding Wisdom – Things I Would Do Differently

Hi Friends! I’m McKinzie Loutre, the Events Coordinator here at The Center for Rural Development. Many of you may not be aware, but we offer a full range of wedding consultation services to help couples plan and coordinate every last detail leading up to their special day. In our third Wednesday Wedding Wisdom of 2017, […]

Wednesday Wedding Wisdom – Finding, Meeting, and Choosing Your Vendors

Hi Friends! I’m McKinzie Loutre, the Events Coordinator here at The Center for Rural Development. Many of you may not be aware, but we offer a full range of wedding consultation services to help couples plan and coordinate every last detail leading up to their special day. In our second Wednesday Wedding Wisdom of 2017, […]

Wednesday Wedding Wisdom

Hi Friends! I’m McKinzie Loutre, the Events Coordinator here at The Center for Rural Development. Many of you may not be aware, but we offer a full range of wedding consultation services to help couples plan and coordinate every last detail leading up to their special day. In our first Wednesday Wedding Wisdom of 2017, […]

Corbin woman wins 'Houseboat Holiday' vacation on Lake Cumberland in fundraiser to support region's youth

A Corbin, Ky., woman is the lucky winner of an on-the-water vacation on Lake Cumberland that was the grand prize in a regional fundraising campaign benefiting The Center for Rural Development’s three summer youth programs. As the winner of the “Houseboat Holiday” drawing, Mary Davis will receive a houseboat vacation package valued at up to […]

The Center launches ticket sales for ‘Houseboat Holiday’ fundraiser

  The Center for Rural Development is once again partnering with Conley Bottom Resort Marina to offer a “Houseboat Holiday” vacation on Lake Cumberland as the grand prize in a regional fundraising campaign to support The Center’s three summer youth leadership programs. Tickets go on sale this week for a chance to win a houseboat […]

National Symphony Orchestra live at The Center on Feb. 24

For the past 80 years, they’ve entertained U.S. presidents and countless others in our nation’s capital. On Feb. 24, the National Symphony Orchestra will bring its time-honored show to The Center for Rural Development in Somerset for a special, one-night-only performance. Direct from the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., the 100-piece National Symphony Orchestra will […]

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