Megan & Tony – 10/20/12

Megan & Tony came to Bride Support when they needed some help pulling all of their details together and making sure their Minnesota wedding day flowed well. Their ceremony took place at the historic Fort Snelling Chapel before the reception began at the Wabasha Street Caves. Guests were treated to a cocktail hour including tours of the caves before the newlyweds arrived to the caves in a horse-drawn carriage. Megan & Tony included some unique details into their decor like butcher paper on the tables as “linens” for coloring, pictures from childhood hanging along string on the walls and fun old movie posters plastered around the venue. After dinner, toasts and special dances – guests enjoyed partying all night long and celebrating the newlyweds! Congrats Megan & Tony!

The Line-Up:

Ceremony venue – Fort Snelling Memorial Chapel
Reception venue – Wabasha Street Caves
Catering – Kane’s Catering
Bakery – Byerly’s
DJ – Tunes to Go
Flowers – Market Flowers
Photography – Today Forever Together Photography

 

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    • Lorri Logan
    • April 7th, 2015

    Beautiful wedding! I am curious about your ring warming ceremony. How did you execute it with the ribbon? (great cause of turmoil in my own planning). ❤ Lorri

    • Hey Lorri! Prior to the ceremony, we strung one big strand of ribbon back and forth between the pews, then across the aisle in the back and then back and forth up the second side of pews. We laid it on the floor in front of where the guests would be seated so that they could easily pick it up when it was time. The officiant announced the ceremony and explained the meaning – then the parents strung the rings on and started it from the front row. We had a special song playing during it – it did take some time! Guests passed the rings along (there was definitely more ribbon than needed, but we didn’t want it to be too taught and therefore harder for guests to pick up, etc.) and they ended up back at the front for the bride & groom to place on their hands.

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