Lakewood Ranch Herald

October 3, 2013 12:00 AM

Lakewood Ranch couple's wedding site is off the beaten path

The Oct. 12 wedding won't be in a church or on the beach, but deep inside one of Lakewood Ranch's nature parks, under one of the biggest and oldest trees in the area.

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