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{Katie & Devon} Central Minnesota Summer Wedding


Let me introduce you to Mr. and Mrs. Savage!!! This couple is just the sweetest and a perfect example of why I love my job! The day was beautiful from start to finish with just a few minor hiccups along the way...but what wedding doesn't have those!?! Even the mistakes of the day ended up working our beautifully.

Devon and Katie were married at St. Louis Catholic Church in Paynesville. Before the ceremony, we captured all of their portraits right out at the grooms mom and dad's house. Perfect! Katie and Devon are a true fun-loving couple and what could be more fun than a wedding reception at the Classic Hall Event Center in Annandale. This venue usually houses classic, beautiful cars in an event hall that is created to look like its own little town with a black and white checkered floor. I loved it! So unique and beautifully decorated too. Katie and Devon even had custom posters made at their bachelor and bachelorette parties to hang at the movie theatre. Check out all the cute details below... even cupcake Ferris wheels!!! So dang cute!

I loved this day for so many reasons but mostly because I love this couple. They are just great people and I am so excited for them to start the adventure that is marriage. Congratulations Katie and Devon!!!

Ceremony: St. Louis Catholic Church, Paynesville, MN

Reception: Classic Hall Event Center, Annandale, MN

Wedding attire and flowers: Wedding & Tuxedo Connection, Richmond, MN

Bridesmaids dresses: Azazie

Bridal Gown: Allure Bridal

Suits: Knights Chamber, St. Cloud

DJ: CP Entertainment

Cupcakes: Divine Cakes, Juliet Brutger

Caterer: Cottage Gourmets

Transportation: The Party Bus

Photographer: Stacy Holtberg, Design Studio by Stacy

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