The creative bride or groom can really have fun with a Minnesota wedding. From a casual weddings like a backyard barbeque to a traditional ceremony with an elegant wedding theme, you can take advantage of the bold north’s natural beauty to make your day unforgettable. So stop stressing and start thinking outside the box as you plan your ultimate wedding. No matter what you’re looking for, Minnesota’s got you covered! Here are our ideas for Minnesota weddings:


Maple Grove 

North of the Minneapolis metro, nestled in Maple Grove, you’ll find plenty of plum wedding venues, full of natural beauty. Leopold’s Mississippi Gardens features indoor and outdoor spaces that overlook the Mississippi River, providing unforgettable views and a truly one of a kind atmosphere for your nuptials. At Rush Creek Golf Course, you can have a fairy tale wedding in a ballroom with vaulted ceilings and 360-degree views. Your photo opportunities on the greens or inside the luxurious facilities are sure to be gorgeous. Another on-the-links option is Edinburgh USA, a public golf course with versatile event spaces.


North Metro  

For a traditional wedding venue, check out Banquets of Minnesota in Fridley. Choose one of their four exquisite ballrooms. This wedding venue also offers full service catering from professionally trained chefs, sure to delight your guests. You can customize their packages to fit the size and style of your wedding. 



South of the Twin Cities in Eagan reside some amazing hidden gems to consider as you plan your wedding. The Minnesota Zoo offers three distinct spaces for you to choose from: a Tropics Trail highlighting exotic flora and fauna; a bay surrounded by saltwater tanks that house the zoo’s aquatic creatures; and a more traditional banquet space that can be customized. If less stress is the name of the game, try Royal Cliff, a full-service ballroom venue whose goal is to remove the strain of event planning. Royal Cliff partners with Brianno’s Deli to provide your guests with delicacies they won’t soon forget. And the Eagan Community Center can accommodate large groups (up to 350 guests) and also is surrounded by natural beauty. The banquet hall has floor to ceiling windows, allowing you to take full advantage of a stunning local sunset.



Bloomington brides and grooms know where it’s at - they can combine the beauty of Minnesota’s stunning landscape with the classier comforts of traditional venues, to create the event of a lifetime. At Hyland Hills, couples can book the Hyland Hills Chalet for two customizable event spaces and tons of outdoor options. Brave brides and grooms ride the ski lift for adorable pictures even through the summer, and the floor to ceiling windows inside the chalet ensure dramatic, breathtaking views. The Minnesota Valley Country Club is another great option, with a commitment to getting all the details just right for those more particular couples. Meanwhile, the Interlachen Country Club provides a wide range of choices for weddings of all sizes.


West End

West of downtown Minneapolis is the West End district, including St. Louis Park and Golden Valley. This area has a lot to offer brides and grooms. The Minneapolis Golf Club is a top-rated venue with architectural flair that makes for excellent photographs, inside and out. The elegant, clean lines of Hutton House on Medicine Lake are an unexpected delight. This classy space offers tons of nice features like an outdoor fire pit, ice bar, and dance floor. At Theodore Wirth Park, you’ll get the gamut of photos from moody, dramatic old school shots in the historic space, to gorgeous outdoor group shots on the deck of the chalet. Atmosphere is everywhere in the West End, and there are tons of options to make your day stand out.


Are you ready to take the plunge and say “I Do” to a venue? Contact TPI Hospitality to make sure your hotel guests are treated like royalty!