St. Paul, Minnesota Wedding by Jenn Cress
May 5, 2010

Get ready ladies and gents, back by popular demand is mini-feature Wednesday. We are going to bring you a sneak peek of a TON of fabulous weddings every hour on the hour. Like what you see? Click on the gallery for the FULL wedding feature. We liken it to an all-you-can-eat-wedding buffet...hope you're hungry because there is a ton of pretty headed your way!

First up is a Minnesota wedding sent to us by the fabulous Jenn Cress. Moody grays and crisp greens and yellows are a match made in color heaven and we are giving this little slice a standing ovation. Plus, the adorable couple held their reception at a GORGEOUS library. Now if that isn't a dream, I don't know what is. For more from this chartreuse infused day, check out the gallery.

Kate and Chad Wedding

Kate and Chad Wedding 1

Kate and Chad Wedding 2

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The bride and groom planned an early fall wedding with vintage flair.  The colors were gray, yellow and chartreuse, which played out in the flowers designed by the bride, invitations, programs, bridesmaid dresses and brides shoes! Something old was a garter passed down from generation to generation on the groom's mother's side.  Something new was a pair of yellow crystal earrings gifted to the bride by her mom. Special touches included family wedding photos at the reception, a 'live' photo booth for guests, the bride's sister styling hair, and a late night snack of the groom's favorite Chipotle tacos.

The bride led a flower workshop with friends and family two days before the wedding - everyone pitched in to make sure the flowers were completed on time and to the bride's standards! Their wedding day far exceeded all expectations!!

Photography: Jenn Cress / Flowers (Bride's Business): Floral Culture / Hair and Makeup: Shannon Darsow / Catering: Mintahoe / Ceremony Venue: St. Paul Cathedral / Reception Venue: James J. Hill Reference Library / Invitations: Farmhouse Productions / Dress: Dena Marie Bridal / Bridesmaid Dresses: Priscilla of Boston