"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. Henderson has also recently booked two weddings at the History Club in Sioux Falls. The building was built in 1940. "It was really brought about to bring culture and art to this prairie land," Henderson said. Henderson anticipates that more couples will be saying "I do" to this venue. "It's really fun to bring people here for a tour. They have no idea it's here. They walk through the doors. From the front on Phillips Avenue, it looks pretty unassuming. It looks like a residence, so when they walk in and see this beautiful space, they're blown away," Henderson said Wedding marketplace The Knot just came out with its top trends for 2017.
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