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WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va (WVVA)-- The "Say I Do" event at The Greenbrier inspired couples with wedding ideas Sunday.

The event included a cake and cocktail tasting, a bridal fashion show hosted by Monte Durham of "Say Yes to the Dress," and a display of vendors including decorators, photographers, and chefs.

Vintage wedding dresses worn by famous brides were also on display for guests to see.

Emily French, one of the wedding planners at The Greenbrier, said they want to help make the wedding day special for brides and grooms who choose to get married at the resort.

"A wedding is one of the most important days of somebody's life," she said. "You want to remember it forever... and [we] can help make it special and unique."

French said "Say I Do" was all about showing couples what The Greenbrier can offer them on their special day.

Brides said they may be a bit overwhelmed by the amount of wedding essentials, from cakes to flowers, at the event, but they were using the time to start planning.

"I haven't had any time to actually sit down and start planning the wedding, so this is kind of an [important] experience for us," said Natoshia Willis of Beckley.  

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