3 Things Your Wedding Guests Really Care About (And 3 Things They Don’t)

Everyone wants to make sure that their guests have a great time at their wedding, but sometimes we overvalue and undervalue what really does and doesn’t matter to our guests. And while it’s true that everyone has different opinions, we’ve helped throw countless weddings, so we think we have a pretty good handle on what guests really tend to appreciate and what gestures can sometimes miss the mark. In today’s blog, we share three things that will really resonate with your guests, and three things you shouldn’t lose sleep over.

3 Things Your Wedding Guests Really Care About

Here’s a look at some of the things that really help create an enjoyable and memorable experience for all the right reasons for your guests.

  1. Great Food – The quality of the food you serve will oftentimes stick with your guests for a while. Impeccable food will have them raving about your menu, whereas food that falls short of expectations can really sour the night. At Entourage Events Group, our catering division holds itself to a very high standard and strives to surpass expectations with every dish we create. We’ve created unique menus for small luncheons or huge corporate fundraisers, so we know how to effectively and creatively feed any size group you bring with you. We also work directly with the bride and groom to develop a menu with their tastes, preferences and accommodations in mind so that everything comes together perfectly on your wedding day.
  2. The Atmosphere – One interesting thing we’ve noted from guests is that a lot of wedding venues seem to blend together, so you really have an opportunity to make your venue stand out from the rest and make a lasting positive impression on your guests. It’s not easy to breathe life into a venue and create a one-of-a-kind atmosphere, especially since you probably don’t have extensive experience planning a wedding, but we do. We can create a memorable atmosphere with creative lighting, unique furniture and table arrangements, eye-appealing decorations and the perfect stereo system to ensure speeches and music can be heard by all guests. Our event’s team can help create an atmosphere that most guests won’t realize they’ve been missing out on until they see it firsthand at your wedding.
  3. A Lack Of Waiting – One final thing that guests seem to care about, or complain about when things aren’t going quickly, is the amount of waiting they do. Appetizers should be readily available, dinner should be served efficiently, guests shouldn’t be waiting 10 minutes for a drink at the bar, and there should never be a line for the bathroom. When choosing a venue and a staff to help take care of your reception, you need to know that they have the size and the facilities to efficiently handle the needs of your group. We have a wealth of experience ensuring food comes out right on schedule and staffing the bar throughout the night so that drinks are served quickly and guests can get back to the party. If you want your night to run smoothly behind the scenes, trust it to a full service events team like Entourage Events Group.

3 Things Your Guests Don’t Really Care About

Quickly, we’re also going to touch on three things that your guests typically don’t care about as much as most people think that they do. That’s not to say they aren’t important parts of your wedding day, but don’t overstress about certain aspects that aren’t all that important in the grand scheme of things. Here are three things that won’t make or break your guest’s experience:

  1. The Wedding Favors – Wedding favors can be a cute way to celebrate a couple, but dozens of favors end up left on tables at the end of the night. Don’t worry too much about finding the perfect wedding favor.
  2. The Seating Chart – Some people love organizing their seating chart, while others dread it. If you’re not exactly looking forward to it, just remember that it doesn’t need to be perfect. In fact, it oftentimes doesn’t matter to guests. There’s plenty of time for people to socialize with certain friends or family members outside of dinner, and switching things up with the seating chart can help people get to know others who are important to you. Don’t overthink the seating chart, because it will work out however you arraign it.
  3. The Cake – To most people, cake is cake. You don’t need to go crazy with an overpriced multi-tiered marbled wedding cake simply because you think that’s just what everyone does. You might want a small cake to cut with your new spouse, but don’t sweat a larger decorative cake for your guests if you don’t want to. People will care way more about taste than visual appeal!

For help pulling off a memorable wedding that will have your guests talking about your big day for years, trust the planning and execution to a full service event’s company like Entourage Events Group. Click here to read testimonials from satisfied customers, or head on over to our contact page to learn more about scheduling a tour and meeting our team!

Should You Ask A Friend or Family Member to Officiate Your Wedding?

From the font on your invitations to the colors of the tablecloths, you’ll make hundreds of decisions as you work to plan your wedding, but one of the more important decisions you’ll make is who will officiate your ceremony. It’s an honor and an important duty to officiate a wedding, and while some people want to leave it strictly to the professionals, others consider having a friend or family member become an officiant to preside over the ceremony.

If you’re considering having a friend or family member officiate your wedding, that’s great! But there are some things you’ll want to consider before you bestow that responsibility on someone close to you. Below, we talk about everything you’ll want to know about having a friend or family member officiate your wedding.

Having A Friend Or Family Member Officiate Your Ceremony

If you’re thinking about asking a friend or family member to officiate your wedding, here are some things you’ll want to keep in mind:

  1. Ask Them Early – Don’t wait until the last minute to get your officiant on the books for your wedding. They are going to want some time to work out what they are going to say so that your ceremony is personal and memorable. Don’t leave them feeling rushed because you didn’t ask them until a couple weeks before the ceremony. Get it squared away early, and don’t be afraid to circle back as your wedding day draws near to ensure everything is still on track.
  2. Make Sure They Are Official – There are state and local laws regarding who can officially perform the marriage ceremony, so you need to make sure that your friend or family member jumps through the necessary hoops to become an officiant. Check with your county clerk’s office or search online for how you can become a wedding officiant in your state. It is free in some states, but in others there is a small fee. Consider covering any expenses if you’re asking a friend or family member to officiate your wedding.
  3. They Need To File Paperwork – It’s not enough to just become a certified officiant, you also need to file the correct documentation to the county in which you’re getting married in. For example, if you were getting married in Hennepin County, here’s what you’d need to do to get on file with the county. As you can see, there’s a $30 filing fee that must be submitted along with your application. Google “filing officiant credentials” in the county you’ll be getting married in to figure out what paperwork needs to be completed so that your officiant is good to go.
  4. Plan The Ceremony With Them – You don’t need to plan out every word, but talk about the general flow and tone of the ceremony. Do you want something a little more traditional because you’re getting married in a Catholic church, or do you want a more relaxed and light-hearted ceremony because you’re hoping it will help with any wedding day jitters? This way both sides can ensure their expectations are met and everyone is on the same page.
  5. Practice – As the old adage goes, practice makes perfect. If your friend or family member hasn’t officiated a wedding before or it’s been a while since they’ve overseen one, have a practice run before the rehearsal ceremony. Things will run much smoother if you’ve talked about any readings, musical pieces or other acts that will take place throughout the course of the ceremony. Talk these beats through with your officiant so that they aren’t taking in all this new information at once at the rehearsal ceremony.

Having a friend or family member officiate your wedding can make the day that much more special, but it will involve a little extra planning on your end. Conversely, if you want to outsource some of the other aspects of your wedding and reception, like lighting, decor or catering, connect with the team at Entourage Events Group.

We know what it takes to ensure a wedding runs smoothly from start to finish, and we’d be happy to amaze your guests with culinary creations or an enchanting atmosphere. To learn more about our picturesque venues or our renown event services, start by filling out a short form on our contact page!

How to Use Your Menu To Set Your Wedding Apart

Oftentimes one of the more memorable aspects of a wedding reception is the meal that accompanies the toasts and the celebration of the newlyweds. You want your wedding to stand out for all the right reasons, but if there’s an issue with the food or drinks, it’s easy for that to become the focus of the evening.

At Entourage Events Group, we pride ourselves on providing a one-of-a-kind catering service, so much so that we created an entire division dedicated to the craft – Elite Catering. In today’s blog, our catering team shares some ways you can use your food and beverage menu to make your meal a dish to remember, and some of the ways our team can go above and beyond to ensure all your food and drink expectations are surpassed.

Setting Your Wedding About With Food And Drinks

Here’s a look at some of the ways we make the dining experience a unique and memorable part of your wedding.

  • Your Bar, Your Way – Regardless of whether you’re hosting a pre-reception or cocktail hour, you’re going to want to provide a way for your guests to stay refreshed and hydrated. What’s great about our venues like The Grand 1858, The View or any of our venues is that you can put your own personal touch on the bar and the beverages. We can personalize some bar stations or match them to your decor so that they feel ingrained in your event. You can work with our team to feature a signature cocktail, create your own fused water station or host a perfectly-timed coffee bar once the meal and desserts have been served.
  • Culinary Creation – Our culinary team has years of professional experience and a wide range of diverse backgrounds and palettes to bring the right flavor to your wedding. We work directly with each couple to develop a one-of-a-kind menu that you won’t find at most standard venues. You won’t just get to pick between chicken or steak, you’ll be able to work with master chefs to create your own unique menu suited to your personal style.
  • Dazzle With Desserts – We are constantly looking for creative ways to go above and beyond with our dessert offerings, and we’re confident that we can find something to dazzle your guests. Does a donut display interest you? How about a decadent cupcake spread? Maybe individually-crafted desserts are more your style, or how about a Build Your Own S’Mores station? If you’ve got a dessert in mind, not only can we create them in-house, but we can wow with how they are presented to your guests.
  • Late Night Cravings – After some time breaking it down on the dance floor, your guests may be looking for a late night snack to hold them over until the night ends. We can ensure nobody leaves hungry with our array of late-night offerings. Whether it’s carnival-style popcorn, a Baravian pretzel cart or just delicious homemade pizzas, we can ensure your late night cravings menu is on point.
  • One Stop Shop – Finally, one thing that sets Elite Catering apart from other caters is how easy it is to communicate and plan all aspects of the catering side of your wedding. You’re not trying to chase down vendors or hope they call you back, because we’re a division within Entourage Events Group. When you streamline your venue, your decorations, the catering and the entertainment all through one events group, nothing falls through the cracks and you have one easy source as a point of contact. Simplify the catering process by choosing an in-house option like Elite Catering.

The food and drinks at your wedding will be a shared experience for all your guests, so make sure it surpasses all expectations by trusting the event catering to a team known for one-of-a-kind experiences. To learn more about how we can set your wedding apart with our food and beverage creations, to see a larger portfolio of our previous success stories, or to learn more about getting a quote for your wedding, click here or give our team a call today at (612) 564-3777.

5 Things They Don’t Tell You About Planning A Wedding

For the majority of people, planning a wedding isn’t something they have a lot of experience with. Don’t get us wrong, planning a wedding with no experience can still be a very enjoyable experience, but oftentimes when all is said and done, people look back and either wish they would have done something slightly different or known something sooner in the process. There are a lot of things you simply don’t know about planning a wedding unless you’ve done it yourself.

We hope to change that sentiment, and we hope that by doing so, we’ll make your wedding planning experience easier and more enjoyable. With that said, here’s a look at five things they don’t tell you about planning a wedding.

1. A Venue Isn’t Just A Venue

When picking a venue, you don’t just want to find a place that is big enough and that has availability on your big day. A venue is more than just a place to gather, it should help to set the tone for a magical evening. For example, a venue like The Riverside can provide spectacular views and exquisite natural lighting, while The Grand 1858 can offer intimate and elegant indoor or outdoor ceremonies. Set your wedding apart by having the venue add to the festivities instead of just being a place that is big enough for your group.

2. You’ll Want To Decorate The Venue

Booking the venue is a good start, but you’ll also want to personalize it with your own decor and style. However, you probably won’t be able to decorate until the night before the wedding at earliest, and some venues may want you to wait until the day of your wedding. You’re not going to want to set up your reception hall on the day of your wedding, and while you may have friends or family willing to assist, sometimes it’s easier to know that it’s being handled by the professionals. Our styling and production team can decorate your venue based on your decor and lighting preferences and give you the peace of mind that it’s being taken care of while you focus on other things on your big day.

3. Consider Transportation

You may not personally need parking or transportation, but a number of your guests likely will. Parking and transportation options can be hard to find if you’re getting hitched in the Twin Cities, so you’ll want a venue that has on-site parking. Our venues have this perk, which makes life that much easier for your guests.

4. It’s Simpler To Keep Food Options In House

While this may sound obvious, feeding your guests can get difficult if you’re trying to arraign caterers for your venue. It’s much simpler to choose a venue that has top notch on-site dining accommodations. This also provides you with peace of mind knowing that a caterer won’t back out or run into transportation or staffing problems on the day of your wedding. If you keep things like decor, dining, lighting and music in-house and with one company, it’s so much easier to organize each aspect and to avoid problems because you’ll be working with one point of contact.

5. Where Will You Get Ready?

Some venues don’t lend themselves to wardrobe changes or make it easy for the wedding party to get ready ahead of the ceremony. You’ll want to be able to get ready at the venue, so make sure you consider where you’ll be able to get dressed and have hair and makeup done on the day of your wedding. Our venues offer Bride and Groom Suites so that everyone can get ready with ease on the big day.

If you want assistance with any of the above aspects for your wedding, please consider syncing up with the team at Entourage Events Group. We can streamline the planning and production of your wedding to ensure everything is as you dreamed it would be. For more information, or to request a tour or learn more about our pricing options, fill out this short form on our contact page. Let us help make your wedding an unforgettable experience.

How To Decorate Your One-Of-A-Kind Wedding

One aspect of wedding planning that’s easy to overlook is the decor of the venue and reception area. Because you may be focused on choosing your dinner options and narrowing down your guest list, it’s not uncommon for the wedding decor to get put off to the last minute, and that can make it hard for everything to come together as you had planned. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be this way. With a little foresight and planning, we know that you can knock your wedding decor out of the park. In today’s blog, we share some tips for decorating your wedding venue or reception hall, and how the team at Entourage Events Group can help with this process.

Develop A Budget

Start by identifying how much you want to spend or what you’re comfortable spending on wedding decor. This will help you determine the best way to ensure you don’t end up overspending on decorating and staging your wedding. Second-hand retailers, Facebook marketplace and Etsy shops are great places to look for wedding decorations because oftentimes the decorations are in great condition from limited use, and you get them at a fraction of the price.

Rent Or Buy

Even though you might be able to buy a number of wonderful decorations for your wedding, you may not want to deal with the aftermath of having some supplies that you either need to store or try to sell on your own. If you’d rather not deal with the buy and sell aspect of decorating your wedding, consider hiring an event design company like EDG Productions, a division of Entourage Events Group. We offer a la carte decor and furniture options so you can pick and choose which pieces will work best for your wedding. And best of all, you’ll pay a lot less because you’re not buying the pieces outright, and you don’t have to worry about storing or selling the pieces afterwards because you’re renting them for your event.

Consider A Theme Or Color Scheme

A lot of weddings have a common theme or color scheme throughout their decor. If you decide what you want in a theme or color scheme, it can make it a lot easier to decorate the venue based on these themes and schemes. For example, if you want a rustic theme, consider a venue that lends itself to this theme like The View, which features wooden pillars and rustic brick walls. Or if you want a more modern wedding with spectacular natural views, go with The Riverside. And if you want to see how we can match any color scheme at these venues, just click the links and scroll down until you reach the “Details and Lighting” section.

Whose Handling Setup?

You have enough to deal with on your wedding day without getting to the venue early to help set up. While you may have a wonderful support cast that would love to help set up and take down decorations before and after the event, oftentimes it’s nice to have the peace of mind of knowing that it’s being taken care of by the professionals. At Entourage Events Group, we’ll work with you to create the perfect wedding decor, lighting and staging, and we’ll set everything up for you on your big day. Decorating one-of-a-kind weddings is what we do best, so let us handle it on your wedding day.

Minneapolis Wedding Venues

One of the most common compliments we hear from happy couples after their big day was that the decorations and lighting of their venue were spectacular, and they can’t believe how easy it was to work with our team. We want to provide you with this peace of mind and help make your wedding an event nobody will soon forget. To learn more about our decor options through EDG Productions, click here and learn how you can request a custom quote for your wedding, or you can give us a call at (612) 564-3777.

How To Write The Perfect Wedding Vows

When you say “I do” to your partner on your wedding day, you’re committing to more than just a ring on your finger. You’re making promises and commitments that you’ll work to fulfill for the rest of your life, and oftentimes you express these promises in the wedding views you read before you officially tie the knot. Writing your own wedding vows is an incredibly personal experience for both you and your partner, but at the same time, many people struggle to find the perfect words to say on their big day. We can’t write the words for you, but we do have some tips for writing them and some tricks for getting past writer’s block if you’ve become stuck. Below, we share some tips for writing the perfect vows for your wedding.

Perfecting Your Wedding Vows

Your wedding vows are intrinsically personal, which means we’re not going to be able to dictate exactly what you should say to your spouse. Don’t get us wrong, there are plenty of things we can take care of on your wedding day, like delivering the perfect venue, providing dazzling decor and crafting an exquisite food and drink menu, but we can’t write your vows for you. That being said, we know some starting points and some ways to approach writer’s block that should help make the process easier. Here are our tips:

Consult With Your Spouse

If you’ll be writing your own vows, talk with your future spouse about whether or not you want to write them together or separately. Many people automatically assume that you’ll write your own vows and keep them a secret until you’re at the altar, but it doesn’t have to be like that. We’ve heard beautiful vows from couples who clearly worked together to write two vows that come together as one as they are read. If you want to write your own vows, but you don’t want to do it by yourself, consider working with your future spouse to create your vows together.

Talk About Length and Style

If you’ll be writing them separately, it’s still a good idea to talk a little bit about length and style. Keeping your vows similar in length is easier for both parties, and it might be simpler to keep the use the same phrasing throughout in terms of “I promise to,” “I vow to,” “I will always,” etc. You definitely don’t need to have the same style or length, but some couples find it helpful to discuss before they start writing their vows.

Getting Past Writer’s Block

If you’re stuck along the way, or you’re just trying to decide the best way to say everything you want to say to your future spouse, we’ve come up with a few talking points that can help you put pen to paper. When making your vows, consider writing about:

  • The best qualities of your future spouse.
  • How they make you a better person.
  • What you love most about them.
  • How you’ve grown together in your relationship.
  • The obstacles and challenges you’ve overcome together.
  • How you want to make them feel every day for the rest of your life.

Finding The Order

Sometimes the hardest part of writing your vows isn’t finding the right words, it’s finding the right order. Again, it’s important to remember that they are your vows, so you can declare your love in any way you like, but many vows tend to have a certain flow to them. Oftentimes they begin with a declaration of love where you tell your partner why you are so in love with them and why they are the only person for you. Then after you’ve told your spouse why you love them, you can transition to your promises. Now is when you’ll vow to love them, to honor them, to cherish them, to always make breakfast in bed on Sundays, you name it. And after you make your promises, you can finish by letting them know you’ll work to fulfill those vows for the rest of your life.

Don’t Procrastinate

And finally, one of the best tips that we can give is that you shouldn’t wait until the last minute to write your vows. We know that it can be intimidating to start, but the pressure is only going to build as you get closer to your wedding day. Write them at least a week before your wedding, and take time to practice them a couple times a day in the mirror. Even if you’ll be reading them off note cards, practicing them will make everything easier on the big day. Don’t put your vows off until the last minute.

We know that your vows will be perfect, and we know that writing your vows will be easier to do if you have faith that everything else with your wedding is in order. Let Entourage Events Groups handle other aspects like the venue, the decor, the music and the catering so that you can focus your attention on your future spouse and your vows. To learn more about how we can handle all those aspects and more, reach out to our team on our Contact Page.

5 Ways To De-Stress The Wedding Planning Experience

Planning a wedding can be a wonderfully fun and amazingly stressful time in a person’s life, and while some people thrive under stress, others would rather the wedding planning process be as stress free as possible. If you want to do what you can to help eliminate stress from the equation, you’ll want to be proactive in how you approach certain aspects of your wedding. In today’s blog, we share five tips for de-stressing the wedding planning experience.

1. Start Early

Regardless of whether you want a short or long engagement, it’s imperative that you start making plans soon after getting engaged. Most venues operate on a “first come, first serve” basis, meaning the longer you wait to book a venue or a caterer, the greater the likelihood they’ll already be booked on a specific date. There’s no harm in contacting places early, especially if you’ve already picked a specific date so that they can get you on the calendar and you don’t have to stress about finding someone else because your first choice was already booked.

2. Indoor/Outdoor Availability

Because Minnesota experiences all four seasons, the weather can be quite unpredictable, even when you try to pick a day when the weather is historically nice. It’s completely normal to feel stressed about how the weather could impact your big day, but you can eliminate some of that stress by choosing a venue that offers both indoor and outdoor wedding options. If you want an outdoor wedding but the weather doesn’t comply, we can just move things indoors, and the weather won’t ruin your day. Both The Grand 1858 and The View offer indoor and outdoor ceremony options so you know whether won’t be an issue.

3. Remember That It’s Your Day

We understand that you want your guests to have a great time at your wedding, but it’s important to remember that it’s you and your future spouse’s big day, and you don’t need to bend over backwards to accommodate everyone else. Choose what you want and don’t stress over that decision. If you don’t want kids at your wedding, don’t feel like you have to include them on the invite, or if you need to cut down the guest list, consult with your future spouse and come up with a decision and stick by it. Remember, it’s totally okay to say no to requests, because it’s your day.

4. Outsource To The Professionals

We’re going to toot our own horn here a bit. Arguably the most stressful part of the wedding is getting everything to come together on the big day. Finding a venue, decorating the hall, figuring out where you’ll get dressed, hiring a caterer and a DJ, and so on. Make this process a whole lot easier by connecting with a company who can do all of this. At Entourage Events Group, we can set you up with the perfect venue, dazzle with one-of-a-kind decor, and let our catering and entertainment divisions feed your group and then get them out on the dance floor! Working with one company to arrange all of this makes it easy to stay connected and ensure everything goes exactly as expected as your wedding day arrives.

5. Perspective Is Important

And finally, one of the best pieces of advice that we can give is to keep things in perspective along the way. We understand that you want everything to be perfect, but try to remember that everything will be just fine if something unexpected happens along the way. If the stationary of your invites are a different color of fuchsia than you expected, or one of your bridesmaids is taking her sweet time picking out a dress, take a deep breath and relax. At the end of the day, you’re going to be married to your best friend, surrounded by family and friends who love and support you, and that’s what really matters. Don’t sweat the small stuff, and while that’s easier said than done, it can be helpful to take a step back and consider the bigger picture if you are beginning to get stressed about any aspect of your wedding.

To learn how Entourage Events Group can help take the stress out of the wedding planning process, pick up the phone and give our team a call today at (612) 564-3777 or fill out this short form to get in contact with a member of our team!

5 Tips For Choosing The Perfect Wedding Venue

Planning a wedding in the Twin Cities involves countless decisions, but one of the first choices you’ll have to make along the way is where you and your future spouse will tie the knot. After all, you can’t pick a wedding day until you’ve found a venue that can accommodate you and your guests on a given day. Because it’s one of the first big decisions you’ll be making, picking out a venue can be a bit intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be if you know what to look for in a wedding venue. Below, we share five tips that will help you find the perfect venue for your wedding in Minneapolis / St. Paul.

1. Ceremony & Reception In The Same Place?

One of the first things you’ll want to consider is if you want to have the ceremony and reception in the same location. Some people want a ceremony in a church or location that has special meaning for the couple, while others want the ceremony and reception in the same location so that guests don’t have to travel between multiple locations. Regardless of what decision you make, know that all of our venues have the option to host both the ceremony and reception, or just the reception.

2. Indoor Or Outdoor?

Do you want to get married outside, or do you want to ensure bad weather doesn’t ruin your ceremony by keeping everything indoors? Minnesota experiences all four seasons, so even if you try to pick a day where the weather should be beautiful, there’s no guarantee Mother Nature will comply. If you want to try for an outdoor wedding, consider choosing a venue that can easily adapt to the weather conditions on short notice and move your ceremony inside if need be. Both The Grand 1858 and The View have indoor and outdoor ceremony options, allowing you to have peace of mind that no matter the weather, your wedding will go on as scheduled.

3. Know Your Style

When it comes to choosing a wedding venue, you want one that fits your style. Are you looking for a venue with a rustic vibe, featuring original wood floors, exposed brick and plenty of natural lighting? We recommend The View. Maybe you’d prefer a reception hall with an open floor plan that elegantly blends historic and modern touches? If so, The Grand 1858 may be the perfect option. Or if you want to wow guests with tall ceilings and a stunning view of both downtown and the riverfront, might we recommend The Riverside. Look for a venue that encompasses you and your spouse’s style.

4. Food, Decor & More

A venue is just a venue until it’s transformed by your personal touch and choices. You’re going to be picking out decor, linens, centerpieces, flower arrangements and lighting, not to mention the menu and drink options. You can certainly make all those choices with the help of your spouse-to-be, or you can connect with an events group and let them help you with the process. At Entourage Events Group, we specialize in iconic weddings that are unique to the couple, and we love to blend our creativity with your personality. Connecting with an events team that can help organize and assist with all of the elements that actually go into producing the perfect ceremony venue, reception hall or dinner can take some of the stress off your plate while also giving you peace of mind to know that your decor and dining will be on point.

5. Book Early

The earlier you start contacting potential venues about availability, the better, especially if you’re hoping for a shorter engagement. Wedding venues, especially in the Twin Cities, tend to book fast, so you can’t afford to drag your feet. Schedule a tour or contact our events team to learn about our availability to see if we can find a date and venue that works perfect for you.

For more information, or if you’d like to learn more about booking a wedding at one of our fantastic locations, head on over to our contact page or give our team a call today at (612) 564-3777.

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