Taste Buds: Los Cabos, Mexico – Eat, Drink and Play

When Kurt came home from a charity event and told me he had won the winning bid for four nights at an all-inclusive resort in Los Cabos, Mexico, my first thought was, “Good, we don’t […]

Struck by OKCupid’s Arrow

Wedding Day—a day so important that it’s often simply referred to as The Big Day. With marriage equality finally being a reality in Minnesota, more GLBT couples are finding themselves knee-deep in wedding planning—for better […]

Catering to You

When it comes to wedding food, a lot of guests have pretty low expectations. That’s because we’ve all had our fill of ho-hum chicken dinners with potatoes and green beans. (I don’t care if you […]

How to Dress Up Your Wedding, Wine-Style

By Katy Keiffer Woo-hoo!  You’re getting married! Of course you want every detail to be exactly right …and there are so many details! Aside from what to wear, perhaps the most important decisions you make […]

Breaking New Ground: New and Renewed Venues

Minneapolis Event Center Guests: 400 Starts at $1,000 Available for: Rehearsal Dinner, Ceremony, Reception With construction beginning in July 2013 and wrapping up in late November, the vision for Minneapolis Event Center (MEC) was born […]

Diving Into Marriage Head First – Unique Places To Take The Plunge

By Todd Pernsteiner So you’re getting married? Congratulations! Now comes the hard part, deciding where to hold the ceremony and reception. Picking a venue is almost as challenging as picking a spouse – again, I […]

Getting Married?—Seriously Consider An Antenuptial (Prenuptial) Agreement

By Marty Swaden I have been a divorce attorney for 38 years, so I have heard all the reasons as to why a couple decides against executing an antenuptial agreement. “We are in love, let’s […]

Flexibility in a Venue: Muse Event Center

Completed in early September 2013, Muse Event Center is a space to fit everyone’s needs. An incredibly large venue (it can host events of 1,300 guests if needed), Muse has an open floor plan that […]

A Wedding Long Overdue

For a couple that had been together for over 25 years, marriage seemed like a logical step. However, in the case of Stephan Courtright and Michael Short, marriage was not legal – it seemed unfeasible. […]

A Word In Edgewise: Here’s To The Many-Splendored Thing

Forty years ago, Mildred and Richard Loving, after a ruling by the United States Supreme Court, won the right to live together in their home state of Virginia. In 1958, they had moved to Washington, […]

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