Sunday, October 31, 1999

Starting the millennium with a wedding? Tell us about it




        Are you starting your married life as we all start the new millennium? tying the knot as you tie one on for the new millennium? We're looking for couples who are planning to get married this New Year's Eve, couples who picked the date especially because it's the turn of the century.

        The ceremony can be large or small, in town or out of town.

        Send your name, daytime phone number and details about your new millennium wedding plans to:

        • E-mail: nberlier@enquirer.com

        • Fax: (513) 768-8330

        • Post: Millennium Weddings

        The Cincinnati Enquirer

        312 Elm St.

        Cincinnati 45202

       



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