June 23rd. The perfect summer day started at the historic Landmark Center.
Exquisite flowers from Flora Bella.
A stunning Monique Lhuillier dress.
Mr. Business – Christopher.
The ceremony was right across Rice Park at the James J. Hill Library.
An elegant creation from the cake divas at Gateaux.
Back at the Landmark Center for the reception. Richfield Flowers and Events did a fabulous job with the decor.
The energetic Nik Entertainment from NYC provided live music for the evening.
Super special thanks to the amazingly over the top talented Joan at Ambiente for her planning skills. We don’t think she sleeps…
The radiant Nicole.
I would love a shot like this of my grandfather!
The rain was threatening us all day but never said hello.
Stiles and Nicole’s dogs made a brief appearance.
The reception took place at the Lafayette Club on Lake Minnetonka.
Another spectacular cake from Gateaux.
Check out the favors! Also from Gateaux.
Special thanks to Linen Effects for the perfect decor, and Colleen’s Flower Celler for the gorgeous flowers.
Kristin + Brad had an amazing wedding day! It was one of those weekends that the weather was supposed to be horrible. Luckily the weatherman was wrong. The ceremony and reception was held at Interlachen Country Club. The sun knew all the right times to shine.
On the way to the ceremony.
Brad’s dad has kept his vows in his wallet for 40 years! Wow!
Kristin looked dazzling in her Monique Lhuillier dress.
The ceremony was held at the same spot where they were engaged, on Maleckar’s Walk between the 13th green and the 14th tee at Interlachen Country Club. We heard that Brad told his sister at the age of 13 that this is where he was going to be married. It was magical.
Check out all the flowers hanging from the trees!
We know we tend to go on and on about Gateaux but seriously… Check this out! The detail work is incredible.
Flowers from the always amazing Richfield Flowers.
Special thanks to Nicole and Kelly from Mother of the Bride who (again!) were on site the whole day and made sure everything was picture perfect!