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In addition to looking for something out of the ordinary, the couple also looked into their past to plan their future wedding. "My family is from a small town in Wisconsin, so they both grew up on farms," Simonson said. That's why they landed on the Meadow Barn at Country Orchards just south of Sioux Falls. It's a wedding and event barn that's in the middle of an apple orchard. "Incorporating a farm barn will be really interesting and have family hopefully think about memories and stuff like that," Simonson said. "It encompasses a lot of different things, including a bridal suite and a groom's loft," Gonyo said. "It's fun to do different," Event Company Event Designer Kimberly Henderson said. Henderson has seen couples book weddings in locations varying from greenhouses to libraries to train depots. "We have a bride coming up this summer that's getting married at a park that she remembers going to a camp at when she was a child," Henderson said.

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A Wedding Investment That Can Last A Lifetime And long after the flowers are faded and the reception lights are dimmed, a gorgeous smile is a wedding gift that stays with you happily ever after. Doctors Advice For special occasions, we can often move the most visible teeth, the ones readily seen when smiling, to get them picture perfect in time for the big day, says DeWayne B. McCamish, DDS, MS, president of the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO). Even if an individual has a complex problem, we have the ability to quickly improve the appearance of the smile and correct issues beneath the surface as treatment continues. Clear aligners and braces made with ceramic brackets are practically invisible and these are popular options for adults. Other people dont even realize you are in treatment, says Dr. McCamish. Many orthodontists offer extended hours to accommodate adult patients work schedules, and the time between visits is now longer than it used to beusually six weeks, due to improved treatment protocols. Thats good news for working people. More good news is how quickly patients begin to see an improvement in their smile. Surprising Statistic One in four patients is now an adult. The AAO attributes the rise in adult orthodontics to the improved self-esteem that comes with orthodontic treatment. Patients tell us their social lives improve after treatment, and we can see the changes that happen as people just smile more often and with more self-confidence. Affordability of treatment is a frequent question and theres good news there, too.

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