When two romantics finally tie the knot, their letters are full of sweet words and Emily Brontë, their gifts are full of inside jokes and love, and the room is full of people having their best night. In their friends, family and especially their parents, you could see Ryan and Eric’s happiness reflected everywhere you looked in the Copper Hen.
Their cufflinks marked their love story (from coffee date to wedding cake), but their vows were all about their feelings in the present and their joy about the future. Eric’s vows painted the picture of he and Ryan growing old together and rocking on the porch, and even though Ryan said he didn’t want to get married “just because it’s cute,” the two of them embody the love story that all romantics want to find themselves living.
Ryan and Eric, congratulations on creating just one of many beautiful memories we know you’ll share, and thank you for choosing us to capture it!
Videography – Eyetography Film + Foto
Photography – j.olson weddings
Venue – The Copper Hen Cakery & Kitchen
Decor – Whitney James Events
Wedding Coordinator – Whitney James Events
Caterer – The Copper Hen Cakery & Kitchen
Bakery – The Copper Hen Cakery & Kitchen
Suits – Suit Supply & Ties by Dion
Live Music – Joshua Schmidt
Florist – Your Enchanted Florist
Hotel – Radisson Blu – Mall of America
Jeweler – Wedding Day Diamonds
Transportation – Eclipse Cars