I love weddings at Silverwood. The backdrop is super Minnesotan. There’s a fireplace outside. The space is simple and straightforward but allows for personal touches to be easily implemented. AND even when you have a large guest count, it still feels intimate.
Ned and Ryan utilized all of the best parts of Silverwood for their wedding and it left their guests laughing, crying (happy tears) and enjoying themselves for hours.
6 THINGS WE CAN LEARN FROM NED AND RYAN:
Having an out of state baker bake your cake is easily managed
If you have emotional vows, you should think about saying them to each other before the ceremony, perhaps during your first look, especially if you’re nervous about saying them
Renting chairs is sometimes a must at your venue, be sure that you have a CREW to set them up
I the way you met is particularly significant to you be sure to incorporate the colors of the restaurant you went to, or in this case, the online dating app you used
Sometimes gluten free cakes are softer… and sometimes your 3D printed cake toppers are heavier than the filling and you’ll end up knee deep in frosting (figuratively but literally)
Having friends help with DIY decor set up in the morning just feels so so right at Silverwood, be sure to give them the guidance they need
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Accommodations // Courtyard Marriott | Cake // Cakewalk // By the Way Bakery | Catering // Common Roots Catering | Day of Coordinating // Sixpence Events & Planning | DJ // J Juice Entertainment | Photography // Amy Wurdock | Venues // Silverwood Park
Prosperity, Love & Happiness,