Get inspired on Snohomish wedding tour

My Snohomish Wedding is a self-guided tour of 19 area venues and nearly 100 vendors, which takes place in and around Snohomish from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 1.

You can visit chapels, ballrooms and rustic farms, sample foods, hear DJs and speak with wedding planners to help you make decisions for your 2015 wedding.

Get tickets, $5 per person, at www.MySnohomishWedding.com. On tour day, check in at Snohomish Center, at 506 Fourth St. The first 50 couples will get a special swag bag.

For a preview of the day’s events go to MySnohomishWedding.blogspot.com. Connect before and during the tour on Twitter: @MySnohomishWed. Hashtag for this event is #snohomishweddingtour.

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