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Where to celebrate Area offers several venues BY MICHAEL TIDEMANN STAFF WRITER

Finding a church for a wedding is one thing. Finding a place to honeymoon is another. Yet another — and quite often the most overlooked — is finding a venue for that wedding rehearsal dinner or after-wedding reception. Most churches have a basement or activity area for wedding receptions. However, if your wedding is in mid-summer, availability could be limited. Never assume any facility is available. The longer you can call in advance, the better the chances are that a place will be open. Be aware that since many of these are public facilities, you may be required to sign a contract or leave a damage deposit and abide by rules regarding alcohol distribution and use. Each facility of course will have different rules. Following is a list of local businesses and organizations that offer space for a fee.

Sleep Inn & Suites 2008 Central Ave., Estherville. (712) 362-5522. Conveniently located at Sleep Inn & Suites motel is a breakfast room that can accommodate 40-50 — just the right size for a lot of rehearsal dinners. A minimum of a month reservation is recommended.

VFW Post No. 3388 South First Street, Estherville. (712) 362-5126. The VFW in Estherville actually has two rooms — the trophy room, which comfortably seats 40-50 — ideal for a wedding rehearsal dinner — and the banquet hall, left, which can comfortably seat 250. One big advantage is that on-site catering is available.

MT Vault 21 N. Sixth St. Estherville. 712-362-7755. This unique building, which once received an award for its innovative architectural design, can accommodate a large group yet it still provides intimate gathering areas. Thereʼs also a conveniently located bar.



Fort Defiance State Park The iconic lodge at Fort Defiance, built in 1930 in the style of a frontier fort, is gaining a reputation nationally with photographers. Reservations should be made far in advance. The lodge seats 60 and the shelter down the road 75, making either venue ideal for small to mid-size wedding parties. Many choose to hold their wedding ceremony at the lodge itself. The lodge opens May 1. To reserve the lodge or shelter at Fort Defiance — or any other Iowa state park — go online to


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Congratulations on your engagement. Now it’s time to prepare for the big day. From “I will” to “I do,” Romantic Treasures can help. For the bride, it’s important to pick out the perfect wedding gown for her perfect day. Often, weddings can take nine months to a year to plan. Romantic Treasures owner Sue Evans suggests brides order the dress at least six months before the special day. That provides time to both order the dress and to make alterations. After you have the perfect dress, it’s time to choose the veil and other accessories to complete the look. Accessories can include tiaras, veils, headpieces, jewelry, shoes and garters, all which can be found at Romantic Treasures. Then it’s time to choose the bridesmaid dresses. Romantic Treasurers offers a large assortment of styles and colors – for a traditional, destination or outdoor wedding. Evans notes Romantic Treasures has helped with several outdoor weddings in the area. There’s also a large selection for the flower girls and the perfect dress for the mothers of the couple. “We have one of the largest selection for mothers in Northwest Iowa and Southern Minnesota,” said Evans. Don’t forget the groom. Romantic Treasures has four companies to


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How to marry a princess Howard Croner of Estherville gave us the following information which he received in June 2010 from a friend, the late Gene Person of Fort Dodge. It seems that Person’s cousin, Daniel Westling, a Swedish commoner, married the princess of Sweden, Here’s what Person had to say about it: I was shocked when I received this synopsis in the mail from my cousin in Sweden. Dan had been going with this princess for about five years. The king was against it but his daughter won out. He is going to step down from the throne and turn it over to his daughter and Prince Dan Westling. It took six years to make a prince out of him but the Princess Victoria

worked hard at it and even her father agreed she done a good job. Love can come out of a manure pile. —Gene Person BY NICK MEO IN OCKELBO, SWEDEN, JUNE 5, 2010

When the clock strikes midnight in the gilded ballroom of Stockholm’s Royal Palace on June 19, a prince will lead his princess in the first waltz of the evening, as an audience of Europe’s royalty looks on approvingly. The glamorous midnight ball will be the final event of a historic day, and a moment to savor for His Royal Highness Prince Daniel — a former fitness instructor called Daniel Westling from a village in the forests of central Sweden. In his extraordinary

courtship with Crown Prince Victoria, he has received the modern equivalent of a kiss that turns the frog into a prince — careful grooming by courtiers, language tutors and a public relations agency. Now, eight years later, he has been transformed into a sophisticated, modern young royal. The dream romance will now culminate in a fairy tale royal wedding. Europe’s biggest royal event since the marriage of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer in 1981. “Their relationship came as a big surprise,” said Johan T. Lindwall, the journalist who broke the story. “Daniel came from a totally different background to

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In the late afternoon, so the 1,100 guests in the capital’s 13th century cathedral can wear evening dress, Mr. Westling will wed the young woman of 32 who will one day succeed her father on Sweden’s throne. Sweden is serious about equality between the sexes and it has produced a fairy tale with a difference; this time it is a beautiful princess who whisked her prince away from humdrum ordinary life to a magical world of palaces and balls. “It was like a fairy tale — she kissed her gym trainer and she got a prince,” said Sten Hedman, an author who has followed the royals closely since 1962. Crown Princess Victoria first met Mr. Westling during a session in his Stockholm gym. She was a troubled princess in those days. She had begun training to fill her empty hours, and to help overcome a serious eating disorder. He was first pictured in Swedish newspapers in 2002 looking startled at the attention of paparazzi, wearing jeans and with his long hair poking out from under a baseball cap. Even worse there was his rural accent, the subject of cruel jokes among Victoria’s blue blood friends — the so-called Stureplan brats from Stockholm’s answer to Sloane Square. Her father, the authoritarian King Carl XVI Gustav, 64, was dead set against their relationship. His precious daughter was lined up for a Danish prince with impeccable lineage and the king was determined not to admit a tongue-tied commoner from the forests into the royal fold. The pressure was so great that in 2004 their relationship entered a crisis that nearly ended it. But Victoria stuck to the path of true love. Mr. Westling learnt enough etiquette to get by in high society, with the assistance of a committee of courtiers who were dubbed “prince’s school”. And the king eventually bowed to the inevitable and relented, defeated by his daughter’s insistence that Mr. Westling was her true love. Much of the credit for the happy ending is being given to the courtiers whose efforts transformed Mr. Westling — the so-called “Prince’s school”. He was intensively tutored in English,

French and German, so he can converse when he travels abroad, and given classes in Swedish history and political science. A public relations company advised him on his image. Stockholm’s finest tailors and hairdressers gave his a swish new look. He switched from driving an Alfa Romeo to a Lexus. In charge of the transformation was Brigadier General Jan-Eric Warren, deputy master of ceremonies at the court — the courtier who was given a commoner and told to turn him into a prince. But Victoria stuck to the path of true love. Mr. Westling learnt enough etiquette to get by in high society, with the assistance of a committee of courtiers who were dubbed “princeʼs school”. And the king eventually bowed to the inevitable and relented, defeated by his daughterʼs insistence that Mr. Westling was her true love.

They met every day for years for lengthy sessions, and although the Brigadier General has been discreet to the point of being secretive, he has disclosed that Mr. Westling was extremely ambitious and attentive. “He is fascinated by history, especially Swedish royal history, the courtier said with avuncular pride. The engagement photographs sold in Stockholm’s gift shops, alongside Viking figurines brandishing battleaxes and souvenir trolls, show the change now the jeans and baseball cap are gone. In the picture Daniel and Victoria make a glamorous, handsome couple, clearly smitten with each other. Seasoned royal watchers have been astonished by Mr. Westling’s evolution into a prince. “Now with the suit and tie and designer glasses he looks like a stockbroker,” said Mr. Hedman, the author. “The transformation is remarkable — he is barely recognizable from the young man we saw in 2002. “The courtiers taught him how to eat, what to say, how to stand. “The people like Daniel and they like Victoria too, especially the young who are impressed with her concern for the environment. “As a couple they are almost too perfect, but he really is squeaky clean. Swedish magazine journalists have tried very hard to find something on him for the past eight years.” But if Victoria and Daniel are almost boringly nice, her younger brother and sister

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There could probably no more appropriate venue to select bridal attire than A Heavenly Celebration, located in a former Congregational Church at 2001 10th St. in Emmetsburg. Since 2000, owner Ruth Brown has offered the full range of bridal wear and accessories, including bridal gowns, bridesmaid dresses, special occasion dresses, flower girl dresses, shoes, accessories, tuxedos and gift registry. A very unique feature is the registry area where the brideto-be has her own designated area featuring items listed on her own personal bridal registry. It’s convenient for both the bride and customer. Customers can call and select items from the registry and pay with a major credit card and not even have to come in. And they’re always glad to suggest gifts in a guest’s price range. A Heavenly Celebration even wraps and delivers to the shower or wedding. Gift items include: n China. n Stoneware. n Flatware. n Crystal. n Picture frames. n Home decor. n Baby department. n Collegiate wear. n Grill wear. n Cooking ware. n Crock ware. “It’s a real complete service,” said Brown. “We’ve always had the entire service. We’ve just expanded it a lot. As people have become busier in their lifestyle, we’ve just seen where we can help people.”

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Brown recommends that the bride establish her registry at least six months before the wedding. Brides are welcome to return to update or add to their registry. A Heavenly Celebration tracks purchases and when the desired number of items of china, for example, have been purchased, the bride is contacted to determine if she wants to add place settings or receive a gift certificate. They can also order a variety of styles of invitations. Brown recommends a min-

imum of five to six months to order a bridal dress, adding that she’s always looking for the most fashion-forward companies. She offers dresses by: n Maggie Sottero. n Casa Blanca. n Mori Lee. n Jasmine. n Allure. n Alfred Angelo. With brides coming from a three-hour radius, Brown has compiled a lot of people who

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Magic moment is when the dress is discovered HEAVENLY Continued from page C8 do alterations in their area. Typically, the bride will call for an appointment and Brown will explain the types of dresses and necklines available. The prospective bride will then try on a variety of dress fabrics, such as chiffon, taffeta, silk, satin or organza. Then there’s the neckline, with options such as sweetheart, straps or off the shoulder. Then it’s a process of elimination of what the bride doesn’t want until the dress is found. That’s the magic moment when the bride steps onto the church altar, framed by a mirror, with subdued light streaming through the stained-glass windows. Bridesmaids’ dresses generally require a bit less time to order — preferably three to four months. For tux rental, Brown recommends at least six weeks before the wedding. They rent and sell tuxes and sell suits as well. On the lower level is a great selection A Heavenly Celebration is conveniently located in the of prom dresses. Brown notes a lot of former Congregational Church at 2001 10th St. in girls travel from a distance for prom. downtown Emmetsburg. And A Heavenly Celebration offers Photo by Michael Tidemann

The bridal registry area offers brides their own area where suggested gift items are displayed. prom as well as bridal shoes. A Heavenly Celebration is conveniently located close to downtown Emmetsburg at 2001 10th St. For an appointment, call 712-852-4338. They’re open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday

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“We give them a lot of oneon-one attention,” said Ruhs, who encourages bridesto-be to come in as soon as they can — even a year isn’t too soon. She says it takes six months to order a custommade bridal gown. Styles can range from short to floor length to pantsuits. Once the bridal gown is selected, then it’s time for the bridesmaids’ dresses which take a little less time — three to four months. Elegance by Sarah Ruhs can also provide dresses for the mother of both the bride and groom and the flower girl as well. They can also provide outfits for personal attendants or guests of the wedding. “We can dress the whole wedding party,” said Ruhs. When the bride comes to pick up her gown, it’s steamed so it’s ready to go. They have bridal gowns from: n Casablanca. n David Tutera for Mon Cheri. n Sophia Tolli.

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A simple wedding can work too SWARTZ Continued from page C7 away, everything had to settle into place. Using the Estherville VFW Trophy Room for the rehearsal dinner was the obvious choice, especially since Amanda had spent time as a waitress there. As we were both members of Trinity Lutheran Church, the location of our wedding and reception became obvious—right at the church. A crafty woman—as evidenced by how she got me to propose—Amanda wanted to make most of the decorations for our reception. For one, she simply took sand from our playground in

the backyard and put it in a canning jar. A ribbon around and a small electronic candle inside made for the perfect centerpiece. Trinity Lutheran has its own soft-serve ice cream machine. Our thoughts turned to offering ice cream with a variety of different toppings at the reception to go along with the wedding cake. Speaking of the wedding cake, Nancy Schroeder of Estherville made that for us and we were pleased with the result. We were also pleased in using Amanda’s friend Ann Hansen as the photographer for the day. Having just a maid of honor and a best man may

PRINCESS Continued from page C6 have provided material for Sweden’s tabloids. First in April her younger brother Prince Carl Phillip, 30, ditched his long-term girlfriend to become involved with a Norwegian glamour model who has posed topless with a python. Then a fortnight later the wedding of Princess Madeleine, 29, was called off after it was claimed that her playboy fiance had slept with a 21-year-old Norwegian who was studying in Bournemouth. The city is making the best of June 19th’s marketing opportunity. Love Stockholm 2010 begins today on national day, a twoweek extravaganza intended to sell the capital as the international city of romantic love. Two million tourists are expected to crowd into the city for the big day. The Swedish Trade Federation hopes that it will generate more than L200 million worth of tourism and souvenir sales. The wedding celebrations will last three days, with street parties and performances by celebrities such as Benny Andersson of Abba, who has written a new song for the occasion. The Emperor of Japan is on the guest list. Britain is sending the Earl and Countess of Wessex. “I will be in the crowd watching the cortege on the day, waving my little Swedish flag,” said student Anna Lindstrom, 19.

seem like a small celebration for us, but it suited our personalities. The day of the wedding, everything went well. Having a sister who can play organ and piano provided the ambiance for the day. After Pastor Paul said, “You may kiss the bride,” and announced us as husband and wife, we exited the worship area to the “Peanuts” Theme song. We then returned to usher our guests and thank them for coming. We enjoyed our day mostly because of those who came to share it with us— and that it was the start of our new life together.

Nowhere will celebrate the wedding with more enthusiasm than the sleepy lakeside town of Ockelbo, Mr. Westling’s childhood home 100 miles north of the capital in a logging area where elk, bears and beaver abound. Last winter starving wolves came into outlying farms and killed pet dogs. Mr. Westling’s parents still live there in a simple house. Before they retired, his mother sorted letters in the village post office and his father worked for the council. The 3,000 villagers have become used to the sight of secret servicemen in the high street. Mr. Westling returns often, sometimes popping into the Atalana Pizzeria, the only business open after 6 p.m. On his wedding day, Ockelbo will celebrate with the biggest event in its sleepy history. A party with a wild boar barbecue and outdoor big screen is expected to attract 15,000 guests — five times more than the village’s population. Residents of Ockelbo still know Mr. Westling as the friendly country boy in jeans. Susanne Formgren, 46, who was twice world power-lifting champion, once trained in the town’s gym with him. She is not surprised that he has become a prince. “If anybody was going to win Victoria’s hand, it was always going to be Daniel. Even back in those days he had style. He was very friendly and outgoing. “The Swedish people like this, a commoner becoming a prince. It will make them feel closer to the monarchy.”


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