Brooke and Marshall started their marriage with a blank slate—literally!
After several reschedules, the couple finally nailed down a date at The Holden Room in the North Loop of Minneapolis. The Holden Room is a tabula-rasa venue (a blank slate in which couples can transform the space in any way that suits their event. Brooke’s sister, a florist, used dozens of branches, vines, and other greenery to bring the space to life.
Personal touches adorned every piece of the wedding. The groom and groomsmen sported Dragonball Z socks. The bride’s children were a bridesmaid and groomsman. The couple’s toddler served as ringbearer. And for dinner, a family-style Vietnamese meal was catered, and donuts served for dessert. The bride and groom also swapped the bridesmaids and groomsmen during their wedding party photos before the ceremony!
At the end of the night, Minneapolis was aglow, and we closed out the celebration with portraits of the newlyweds under the twinkle of city lights.
Congratulations, Brooke and Marshall!
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Rachel Lahlum is an award-winning Minneapolis wedding photographer with experience in hundreds of weddings and engagement sessions. She takes a guided approach towards working with couples, from helping with planning and scheduling, to guiding with poses and prompts during the session. Her photography is crisp, clean and bright, with true-to-life colors and a mix of traditional poses and candid moments.