Madeline and Ryan’s classy navy and cabernet wedding in Minneapolis was intimate and beautiful, despite the chaos that went into it. The governor of Minnesota issued a mandate that prevented wedding receptions from happening, only two days before their wedding day. This didn’t stop them from going through with wedding plans, just on a smaller scale!
The gals got ready at the bride’s parents’ home and it was the perfect space to do so. We even went up to the rooftop for a first look with her father!
Madeline’s necklace she wore was made from Ryan’s grandmother’s engagement ring. I loved this personal touch that Madeline got to have with her throughout the day.
Though we didn’t get to enjoy their venue, Nicollet Island Pavilion, for their reception, we did go to the park for the couple’s first look as well as all of the portraits! The beautiful exposed brick at Westwood Lutheran Church in Minneapolis looked so classy with their wedding colors. It is such a beautiful church! Their day had special touches throughout, including Ryan’s grandpa’s tackle box was used as their card box.
After the ceremony, Madeline and Ryan’s very closest friends and family joined them on the dock outside the church for their first dance and a champagne toast. We were greeted by a beautiful sunset that was the perfect ending to the perfect day.
Congratulations, Ryan and Madeline!
Photography: Ashley Dahl Photography
Church: Westwood Lutheran Church
Hair and Makeup: Spa Beauty Agency
Bridal Gown and Bridesmaid Dresses: The Wedding Shoppe
Florist: Shauna Kober