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Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher Book Entire Hotel for Wedding

July 10, 2010 (4:44 am) GMT
The couple reportedly will wed at The Ritz-Carlton Lodge in Greensboro, Georgia on Saturday night, July 10 and the singer 'has blocked off all 251 rooms at the hotel.'

Country singer and her hockey star fiance apparently will have a private wedding, away from paparazzi, as they have reportedly booked an entire hotel for their big day. The couple will walk down the aisle on Saturday night, July 10.

Carrie and Mike are said exchanging vows at the Ritz-Carlton Lodge in Greensboro, Georgia. According to local paper The Herald Journal, the famed couple has booked every room at the venue to house their guests for the night, costing a whopping $268,000.

On what looking to be a pretty lavish ceremony, editor of the publication, Carey Williams, told E! Online, "They've got tents everywhere. Security was so tight this morning. Security has kicked all guests out and now you need an armband on at all times" to be on the premises.

"She has blocked off all 251 rooms at the hotel," the editor added. "This event has been a blessing to this county. It's unbelievable. It's just unreal. The people are thrilled here." The site further reported that the road which heads to the hotel will be closed to non-wedding traffic.

Among the guests who are expected to attend Carrie and Mike's nuptials are , , , , , and Mike's fellow Ottawa Senators Chris Neil and Chris Phillips.

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