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It says that couples are completely customizing their big days, from the food to the flowers. "I think they're personalizing it. I think that they're maybe looking for something that isn't that cookie cutter wedding," Henderson said. Businesses are also taking note of the trend. Not one, but three barns have opened near Sioux Falls over the past year to host events, such as weddings. Brides are also uncovering many other unique places. "It's special to you and individual to you," Henderson said. A special day that this couple can't wait to put a ring on. "Having all my friends and family together on that big day and being able to celebrate will be great," Gonyo said.

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Jacob Simonson and Emily Gonyo are in the middle of wedding planning madness. "There's a lot to plan," Gonyo said. "I'm most looking forward to it being done," Simonson said. Still, the Sioux Falls couple is having fun planning their walk down the aisle. They recently moved to the city from Wisconsin and want to treat their wedding guests to a special day, including a unique venue. "And something that would have that wow effect," Gonyo said. 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.

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