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Tuesday 13th November 2018  




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Vermont Wedding Venues

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Vermont

  1. Commodores Inn - Wedding Venue - Commodores Inn Vermont
  2. Cortina Inn & Resort - Wedding Venue - Cortina Inn & Resort Vermont
  3. Governors House in Hyde Park - Wedding Venue - Governors House in Hyde Park Vermont
  4. Grand View Winery - Wedding Venue - Grand View Winery Vermont
  5. Green Mountain Inn - Wedding Venue - Green Mountain Inn Vermont
  6. Grey Bonnet Inn - Wedding Venue - Grey Bonnet Inn Vermont
  7. Hampton Inn Bennington - Wedding Venue - Hampton Inn Bennington Vermont
  8. Hampton Inn Brattleboro - Wedding Venue - Hampton Inn Brattleboro Vermont
  9. Hampton Inn White River Junction - Wedding Venue - Hampton Inn White River Junction Vermont
  10. Innsbruck Inn at Stowe - Wedding Venue - Innsbruck Inn at Stowe Vermont
  11. Sheraton Burlington Hotel & Conference Center - Wedding Venue - Sheraton Burlington Hotel & Conference Center Vermont
  12. Stowe Meadows - Wedding Venue - Stowe Meadows Vermont
  13. Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa - Wedding Venue - Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa Vermont
  14. Stowehof Inn - Wedding Venue - Stowehof Inn Vermont
  15. The Equinox Golf Resort & Spa - Vermont - Wedding Venue - The Equinox Golf Resort & Spa - Vermont Vermont
  16. The Inn at Long Trail - Wedding Venue - The Inn at Long Trail Vermont
  17. The Mountain Inn - Wedding Venue - The Mountain Inn Vermont
  18. The Ponds at Bolton - Wedding Venue - The Ponds at Bolton Vermont
  19. The Vermont Inn - Wedding Venue - The Vermont Inn Vermont
  20. Timberholm Inn - Wedding Venue - Timberholm Inn Vermont
  21. Trailside Lodge - Wedding Venue - Trailside Lodge Vermont
  22. Vermont Ski Museum - Wedding Venue - Vermont Ski Museum Vermont


Wedding Trivia:
Today, prior to a Jewish wedding ceremony, it is the groom who ritually "veils the bride". This tradition goes back to the marriage of Jacob to Leah (the older sister) when he thought he was marrying Rachel (the younger sister) whom he loved.