Meghan & Mike

April 8, 2011 at Semple Mansion in Minneapolis

Mike Kronenberg put a lot of guys’ proposals to shame when he proposed to his wife Meghan Jensen. It was personal and planned down to the little details that have led up to their happy ending, or maybe just a peak in their series of best days of their lives. Nine years ago, Meghan and Mike met during a summer job in their hometown. Throughout the years, they have lived in six different places, each of which were stops in his game proposal. Mike gave Meghan a card and gift at each location. The first stop included a card that said: “in this place, we played house.” They ended at the house they just bought and the card read: “and here, we will start a family.” Mike proposed on the front step and brought out a couple Lunchables and little splits of wine for lunch.

Both their wedding ceremony and reception were held at the elegant Semple Mansion in Minneapolis. Meghan and Mike’s family and friends took the roles of florist, officiant, hair and make-up, invites, decorators, runner, stylist and therapist. Everything was youthfully personal—to the blue argyle socks for the groomsmen and fun shoes for the bridesmaids—and made it a wedding that was memorable for everyone.

Bridal Gown: Oleg Cassini from David’s Bridal | Bridesmaid Dresses: Alfred Sung | Groom’s Apparel: Savvi Formalwear | Caterer: Lettuce Cater | Invites/Table Runners: Clarissa Hernandez | Florist: Friends | Hairpiece: Etsy | Hair and Make-up: Kelsey Fechner | Décor: Heirlooms from mother and grandmothers


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