Minneapolis boast many historic locations, with The Historic Lumber Exchange building being the second "skyscraper" building built in the entire United States. In 1895, a skyscraper was any building over 12-stories. A few unique interior architectural elements make this building a beautiful space for a wedding! This includes the original banker's vault located on the third floor space called Sawyer's On 5th. This is the newest addition to the venue and overlooks a three-story mural of musical artist, Bob Dylan.
Our bride had very few specific requests for the floral design of the wedding. She wanted to focus on fresh greenery and whites with just a hint of her groom's favorite flower, lilacs. The ceremony took place under a custom built garland of greenery accented with gold rings, succulents and air plants, lilacs and chiffon draping. The banker's vault was transformed into a selfie photo-booth and, along with a soft-serve ice cream machine, guests were entertained for the evening.
Floral and photos By Grace Klein Design
Planning Services by Simply Elegant Group