If you're planning on getting married anytime soon you shouldn't have any issues finding a great wedding planner around the state of Washington.

I was recently checking out Wallet Hub's list of best places to get married. Yakima didn't make the list. Yakima didn't even come in the top 182 places to get married, though a few Washington cities did. Seattle was number 70 with Spokane coming in 71. Vancouver, WA was number 118 which is great for Vancouver. Tacoma was 148. Really?. Tacoma?! C'mon, Yakima's gotta have better locations than Tacoma. Either way, it's not my list so I guess I can't say anything.

Source: WalletHub

It may be the fact that Seattle and Tacoma rank one of the highest in the nation for most wedding planners per capita. They're tied at second place.

And, in case you're curious, Orlando, FL came in first place for best place to get married. Neat. It's not Yakima, but still.

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