A Twin Cities man was in the hospital Friday, unable to attend his son’s wedding, but that didn’t stop him from being a part of it.
Weddings are supposed to be a magical day for the couple saying their “I Dos.” Now, some local brides, who didn’t think it’d be possible, say they’ll be a princess when they walk down the aisle.
A newlywed couple in Minnesota was no doubt refraining from shouting “the roof is on fire” at their reception, given they had just escaped from a burning limo bus.
Water is the theme in today’s video smackdown. Gooseberry Falls vs. Wedding Party Plunge!
A Twin Cities woman made your average bridezilla look rather tame on Saturday. Misty and Mike Leonida renewed their vows with a zombie flare. Then the wedding party enjoyed a reception in the form of a pub crawl down West Seventh Street in St. Paul.
If you ever had the chance to listen to Dark Star’s radio show on a consistent basis, you knew to expect the unexpected.
Check out this five-year-old boy tearing it up on the dance floor.
Bride-to-be Jennifer Truex explains that she will wed her fiance Dan Petrie on the ice of Gull Lake Saturday because they’re “outdoorsy people.”
What connection is there between Minnesota and Diana, Princess of Wales? Until recently, not a lot—I think she changed planes here once. Not much of a royal claim to fame.
It’s not unusual for a wedding to be held outside in Minnesota. But it is unusual if the wedding happens in the winter, on a frozen lake when it’s snowing.
Two American hikers accused of spying and imprisoned in Iran are planning to get married in the spring.
Hurricane Irene is roughly 1,500 miles from Minnesota, but there are people here who are paying close attention to the damage.
Getting to your wedding on a zipline, not the best idea.
The looming government shutdown has become a nightmare for a veteran couple as it might nix their dream wedding.
Ok…the one we posted a few weeks ago, just got trumped. Very sweet.