Non-traditional weddings are becoming more common in this age of individuality. "Doing it the way it's always been done" is not always accepted by those who wish to reflect their own style and what they care about.
Throw out your preconceived ideas about pig roasts; having a heavenly hog at your wedding is not only an amusing and exciting topic of conversation, but can be included as an elegant addition to your overall wedding atmosphere.
Give your guests more than just dessert; make it a delicious, interactive experience.
Create a stunning first impression from the moment your guests open their invitation.
Rustic is all the rage and this simple DIY project will bring a woodsy elegance to your centerpieces. Get creative with what you set on top - tall floral arrangements, country-chic mason jars or romantic candle clusters - with a neutral, natural base the options are endless.
There are big advantages to planning your wedding during the off-peak months. Industry statistics show over 80% of couples get married between the months of May and October. If you choose a date outside of those months you could save big. Consider the following benefits when selecting your wedding date.
Trust in the beauty of the nature that surrounds you, and the beauty that you can grow in your own backyard to celebrate the love on your wedding day, every day.
Organic, locally sourced wedding day menu options
In a world full of manufactured experiences, you have very few opportunities to fully immerse yourself in authenticity. Glensheen Mansion offers one of those rare, authentic experiences. Perched on the…
It is exciting to see the shop small movement picking up steam. We encourage couples to also think about registering small! Through conversation and one-on-one attention from a knowledgeable boutique shop, couples can create a wish list of products tailored to their individual needs. #shopsmall
Barn weddings. They're rustic, charming, chic, vintage, and all kinds of other wonder; it's just that there aren't very many event barns in northern Minnesota.