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  • Writer's pictureJulian McPherson

Top 3 Historical Minnesota Wedding venues

Wedding venues in Minnesota-

Minnesota is home to some of the most beautiful natural landscapes in the midwest. But the history of its inhabitants is something to hold a certain reverence towards. From the original settlers forts and towns to the burgeoning industrial area. Here are our five favorite historical wedding venues. Not only to create wedding films and videography at but also to attend for Minnesota weddings.

The Union Depot:

With five indoor and two outdoor spaces, Union Depot provides the perfect setting for public events, private functions, arts and cultural festivals, concerts and more. There’s simply nothing else like it in the Twin Cities. The swooping architecture and design lead to amazing creative endeavors with wedding films. Allowing for grand exits and mesmerizing entrances.

The Lafayette club-

With a grand ballroom deserving of a beautiful wedding this is one of our top picks. The surrounding landscapes are beautiful and littered with little getaways for a private moment after your wedding day. The options for wedding films are endless as they will be timeless.

Lumber Exchange-

Located downtown off of Hennepin this classic location looks straight out of the Great Gatsby.

Just read the description they have:

The Fountain Room is a stunning, nine story atrium filled with natural light and rustic grandeur. At the entrance of the space, a soaring fountain trickles down an exposed brick wall. Glittery chandeliers & sconces and repositioned vintage lamp posts create a warm ambience. Perfect for weddings and receptions, as well as galas and social functions alike, this space seats 250 guests for any dinner, or accommodates up to 350 guests for any cocktail reception

Whether you’re a history buff or just looking for a beautiful place to host your Minnesota wedding these are our top three locations. Remember to cherish your special day forever with a wedding film from Elysia Films and to always put love first.

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