Six Ideas for Your Northern Michigan Wedding

From the food to the dress to the subtlest of details, a wedding is a representation of not only the bride and groom, but also of the family and friends in attendance.  Here are six hand-picked, Northern Michigan wedding details from our 2014 MyNorth Weddings edition that were fun, fresh and meaningful.

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Looking to serve something with a little more bite?  Step out of the steam table box and kick up the fun factor with a BBQ. Photo by Priceless Photography. →

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← Sure as shootin’, your groomsmen will get a kick out of shotgun boutonnieres. Photo by Christina Trogan Photography.

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Bride Michelle Rodriguez sparkles in a vintage tea length (cue a rockabilly backbeat) wedding dress. Photo by Dan Stewart Photography. →

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← Newlyweds Carrie and Phil Stover had this illustration of their wedding locale designed by Stephannie Barba. They also used it for their save the date card. Photo by Stephanie Baker Photography.

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Something purple? Why not? And why not something purple, cool and comfy? Photo by Photography by Scarlett. →

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← Julie France bought these personalized guitar picks for her husband-to-be, Gary, as her gift to the groom; she found them from JLynn Creations on Etsy. Photo by Dan and Melissa Photography.

 

 

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