A Traditional Pink-and-Taupe Wedding in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Cymbidium orchids, 'Catherine' roses, mini calla lilies, and berries make up the bouquets; Laurie's also includes peonies, pink lisianthus, tuberose, and amaranth.
Invitations engraved with taupe ink rest on a mat of silk brocade.
Flower Girl Flowers
A pomander of petite roses for the flower girl.
Jewish tradition dictates that the bride circle the groom seven times.
The groom's orchid boutonniere.
The Happy Couple
The newlyweds outside the synagogue.
On Their Way to the Reception
The couple in a reception-bound limo.
The Bridal Party
The bride and groom pose for a photo with their bridal party.
A Celebratory Toast
A toast to the bride.
Place cards sit on tables decorated with tall vases, each one filled with lunaria and a floating candle.
Dinner Is Served
The couple dines on beef tenderloin and mushroom risotto.
The blooms festooning the cake echo the appliques on Laurie's gown.
The tall centerpieces were filled with hydrangea and lunaria.
Laurie and Scott
The bride and groom pose for an intimate photo.
Location and Catering: Graves 601
Flowers: Wisteria Design Studio
Cake: It Takes the Cake
Stationery: C'est Papier, from Give My Regards To
Photography: Adrienne Page
Wedding Gown: Monique Lhuillier
Rings: Levy Creations
Groom's Tuxedo: Hugo Boss
Cuff Links: Kieselstein-Cord
Hair: Sara Grimaldi of Sa Bel Salonspa
Makeup: Michelle Sachs
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