Get inspired by the romantic vibes at this Minneapolis candlelit wedding
Tom + Lee
Wedding Colors: white, ivory, navy
Wedding Venue: Hall of Kings, Minneapolis, MN
Wedding Season: fall
A September wedding in Minneapolis, Minnesota, can be a finicky thing. One might think it would be a cooler day in this northern city, but for this wedding day it was a hot one.
“We photographed Tom and Lee’s September wedding on a very hot day. Regardless, the day was absolutely wonderful” says Tracy Hansen of RKH Images.
Tom and Lee started the day getting ready together at Elliot Park Hotel. After they were ready, they headed over to 56 Brewing where they met their wedding party and their two adorable Corgis. This gave them a chance to have some drinks, relax with their wedding party before the big day and get some photos of them with their pups.
After relaxing a bit at 56 Brewing they headed over to Nicollet Island for some wedding party photos and then off to Hall of Kings for the wedding ceremony and reception. Hall of Kings in Saint Anthony Main is a gorgeous venue, hidden away in the basement level. With the styling of something out of Game of Thrones, when you are there it’s like you are completely hidden away from the rest of the world. Tom and Lee had the entire place lit by candles and string lights, making for a very romantic feel, and ate, drank and danced the night away.
ENGAGEMENT SESSION HIGHLIGHT
Click here to view Tom + Lee’s engagement session with one of their adorable Corgis.
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