Our Minnesota Wedding Reception {family love}

Our Minnesota wedding celebration was all about family. I am one of eight children and Brian is one of nine, so we knew the majority of our guest list would be our relatives! Our celebration was held in my hometown at a golf club less than two minutes from my parents' house. Many of Brian's relatives live in the Northeast and could not make to Minnesota, but all of my siblings and immediate family were there! We took photos together before our festivities began at 11 am. I will cherish these images forever!


Read & Watch

Read & Watch: 

I love The Good of the Hive, a mural project raising awareness about the current struggle and population decline of honeybees.

I want to jump on a plane back to Florence after watching this Travel Diary. I studied abroad there in 2005 and can't wait to return one day with Brian!

Tall Heights released their new album, Neptune, last Friday. Check it out- it is amazing!

This made me laugh so hard. Favorite quote- "I thought you were 16, not 7."

The one thing almost everyone gets wrong when moving into a new home- the answer surprised me!

YAY! U.S. women are the biggest winners at the Rio Olympics.


Our Minnesota Wedding Reception {just us}

A month after our New York City wedding we celebrated with our extended family and friends in my hometown. Our brunch reception was held at Rush Creek Golf Club in Maple Grove, MN. The entire morning was perfect! Before our festivities began we took photos with our families. I was so excited to wear my dress a second time! I changed up my belt, hair, and flowers from my NYC look and Brian wore a new tie. The outcome? A second set of wedding portraits! It was such a pleasure to work with Rachel and Rob of De La Vue. I also was head over heels in love with my bouquet, created by Emily of Hadley Road.

I can't wait to share more photos from our reception this week!


Read & Watch

Read & Watch: 

What do women do when no one is watching? I love this artist's illustrations of women doing their everyday routines. 

An interesting read on why children are bored and school and easily frustrated. 

How to spend 36 hours in Minneapolis

Wow. This woman fit three years of her trash in a mason jar. 

Five magical treehouses near NYC that you can rent on Airbnb. 


Our New York City Wedding {us + the city}

After our ceremony at City Hall, Brian and I spent a couple hours driving around Brooklyn and Manhattan with our photographer in a 1969 checkered cab. We stopped at Brooklyn Bridge Park, Top of the Rock, and Gramercy Park Hotel. We loved talking to Peter, our chauffeur for the day, while we rode around town. He had so many amazing stories about celebrities who rented out his cab! Brian and I were both so happy and excited to be married and loved having time by ourselves to let it all sink in before our family dinner at Maialino.
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