Your Up North Wedding

6. You can sail away into the sunset with your true love—and your wedding party and guests—on a Northern classic: the Tall Ship Manitou, Photo by Photography by Scarlett

7. We’ve seen enough bridesmaids and groomsmen lined up on church steps to last us a lifetime. Go Vogue and ask your photographer to get sassy with your group photographs, showcasing the group and landscape in a more natural or artful style. Photo by Cory Weber Photography

8. If you love a certain landscape, but it’s privately owned, don’t automatically assume it’s off limits. The best man snagged this middle-of-nowhere spot by getting a plat map of Leland to figure out who owns it, then asked the farmer if the reception could be staged on his land. The farmer said yes, and they all lived happily ever after. Photo by Studio b Photography

9. Think a cool summer soup can’t be an hors d’oeuvre? Think again. Simply serve up soup in small tumblers or oversized shot glasses. Guests can easily sip from and hold the glass in one hand, no utensils necessary. Photo by Todd Z Weddings

10. The ice cream America voted the best in the nation—Moomers—is made Up North. Use it to accompany your traditional wedding cake or other special dessert, and we guarantee happy guests. Photo by Cory Weber Photography

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