Back to top

Minnesota Farm Wedding

Country Couple Weds after Short Engagement
By: 
Reeve Klatt - updated 8/19/19
Minnesota Farm Wedding

Even though they’d known each other since high school, Alex and Stacie didn’t begin dating until after college. After Alex proposed (by having three horses approach Stacie, each with a sign around its neck with part of the phrase “Will you marry me?”), the couple decided to set the date for a short five months, wanting to make sure their aging grandparents could partake in the celebration. After a ceremony in a nearby church, everyone headed to the groom’s family farm. The couple wanted their guests to feel like they were at a warm family gathering, so they focused on communal elements such as a family-style pasta dinner, wine on every table, room to mingle with the farm animals and a rocking dance floor. Family and friends lent their skills to help every detail: Stacie’s aunt made her veil from her mother’s wedding dress, the cake was baked by a family friend and the florals were arranged by a coworker. Their day was such a hit that some of the family stayed overnight in campers on the grounds so that they could party all night!

Ethereal Wedding at a Minnesota Family FarmThe couple wanted their guests to feel like they were at a warm family gathering, so they focused on communal elements such as a family-style pasta dinner, wine on every table, room to mingle with the farm animals and a rocking dance floor.The couple wanted their guests to feel like they were at a warm family gathering, so they focused on communal elements such as a family-style pasta dinner, wine on every table, room to mingle with the farm animals and a rocking dance floor.The couple wanted their guests to feel like they were at a warm family gathering, so they focused on communal elements such as a family-style pasta dinner, wine on every table, room to mingle with the farm animals and a rocking dance floor.The couple wanted their guests to feel like they were at a warm family gathering, so they focused on communal elements such as a family-style pasta dinner, wine on every table, room to mingle with the farm animals and a rocking dance floor.The couple wanted their guests to feel like they were at a warm family gathering, so they focused on communal elements such as a family-style pasta dinner, wine on every table, room to mingle with the farm animals and a rocking dance floor.Ethereal Wedding at a Minnesota Family FarmEthereal Wedding at a Minnesota Family FarmEthereal Wedding at a Minnesota Family FarmEthereal Wedding at a Minnesota Family FarmEthereal Wedding at a Minnesota Family FarmEthereal Wedding at a Minnesota Family FarmEthereal Wedding at a Minnesota Family Farm

Minnesota Bride and Groom
Groom Holding Bride next to Minnesota Lake
Flower Girls and Ring Bearers Photo
Wedding Ring
Wedding Cake with wedding cake topper
Dancing at Minnesota Farm Wedding

CLICK HERE for your FREE
Minnesota Bride Planning Checklist!


Newsletter Subscribe

Featured Vendors