Danielle & Jamie – 9/29/12

Danielle & Jamie were a pleasure to help with their big day! They brought us to southern MN to their celebration in Danielle’s hometown of Windom, MN.

The ceremony took place at the church Danielle grew up in – the simple candles lining the aisle with ribbon in her color – navy – was all the church needed to be dressed up with. Guests signed their photo book of engagement photos as their guestbook and witnessed the beautiful ceremony that unfolded in front of them.

Afterwards, guests were invited to the local community center for cocktail hour and the reception. Peacock feathers and colors adorned the room while guests enjoyed the musical stylings of Nora Events. The fathers kicked off the night with some toasts and after dinner, the maid of honor (bride’s sister) and best man (groom’s brother) took the mic. A great moment was when the best man noted that any girl who currently still has a key to Jamie’s place should now return it and more than 15 (obviously planted) girls from the crowd walked up to the head table with keys to turn over! 🙂 The guests danced all night and were more than happy to celebrate Danielle & Jamie…congrats!

The Line-Up:

Ceremony Venue – St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church
Reception Venue – Windom Community Center
Catering – Tony’s Catering
Cake – Sharon Henderson, Worthington
DJ – Nora Events
Florist – Joel Creations – Joann Classen
Photography – You’ve Been Framed Photography
Videography – Virtuoso Video Productions

All photos by You’ve Been Framed Photography

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  1. Amazing pictures, looks like a spectacular wedding. Great space, great catering.

    • Dianne
    • November 21st, 2015

    How did you get the baby’s breath to stay under water?

    • Hi Dianne!
      Florists typically weigh down submerged flowers a couple ways – the stems wrapped in some floral tape with some weight to it or using some floral stick dots to get it stuck on the bottom of the vase. The baby’s breath really isn’t too hard to even just submerge due to the candle on the top of the vase, though!

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