Greta and Kyle

Lakeville, Minnesota

 

 

Photography | Cameron & Tia Photography | @cameronandtia

Venue | Brackett’s Crossing Country Club | @brackettscrossingcc

Event Planner | Ashley Skeie Weddings & Events | @ashleyskeieevents

Bridal Gown and Bridesmaids Dresses | The Wedding Shoppe | @weddingshoppeinc

Men’s Attire | Men’s Wearhouse @menswearhouse

Hair Stylist | Simply Done By Allie

Makeup Artist | Styled by Abbi | @styledbyabbi

Bakery | Cocoa and Fig

Linens | Linen Effects

Rentals | Dream Day Dressing Rooms | @dreamdaydressingrooms

Lighting | Phos | @phosevents

Invitation Designer | Champagne Press

Band | Blue Water Kings Band

Transportation | Total Transportation Corp

Cinematography | AB Rich Films | @a.b.richfilms

From the Photographer

Greta and Kyle’s first date in Northeast Minneapolis was fun and embarrassing (spilling red wine on yourself on a first date, classic) and the beginning of a beautiful love story. Eventually after dating for a while, they talked about buying a house together where they chose a brand new home to buy. After finding one that they both loved, Greta found out that the house had sold (or so she thought). About a week after they found out that their dream home had sold, Kyle asked Greta to attend and event with him and his parents. On the way, he swung by the house they fell in love with and brought her inside the front door, where he got down on one knee and said that he could envision their lives in the home together forever. “The best part was that our parents were both there and got to also be a part of our engagement. Definitely a moment I will never forget!” A romantic, beautiful engagement that set the tone for their upcoming wedding. They exchanged vows in the Catholic Church that Greta grew up in and they had their reception at the Brackett’s Crossing Country Club. A black and white affair with a beautiful space large enough for all their guests, it was a classic, elegant wedding to remember. When asked what the best part of the day was, Greta said that “the best part I remember most vividly was sitting down at dinner and looking out from the head table at every single one of our guests. Every single person had a smile on their face and every single person in that room was somebody special to us”.