The Making of a Weekend in Minnie

Weddings are the perfect time to catchup with old friends and explore different cities. We had the pleasure of attending our friends’ wedding in Minneapolis this month and loved exploring so many lush green spaces – parks, sculpture gardens, golf courses and more.

only the wind knows where it will carry our dandelion souls — a.r. asher // Minneapolis,  June 2017
All you need is love! // Newly reopened Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, June 2017

The Walker Art Center and Minneapolis Parks & Rec host the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, an 11 acre park with wide open green spaces and 60 works of art. A staple has always been the Spoonbrige and Cherry, and now also includes the blue rooster, “Hahn/Cock,” by Katharina ­Fritsch.

Life is pretty sweet // Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, June 2017

In between the park walks, we loved having brunch at The Copper Hen (don’t leave without having a bloody mary!) and dinner at Cafe Lucrat, which has a great view of Loring Park.

Rounding out the trip, our friend’s wedding ceremony took place at the Woodhill Country Club and we loved spending the day there with croquet, drinks overlooking the golf course and a lovely & lively reception. 🙂

Nothing but green for miles and blue skies // Woodhill Country Club, June 2017
Ready to celebrate! // Minnesota, June 2017
Fancy a round of croquet? // Woodhill Country Club, June 2017

Feeling so grateful to have had the chance to celebrate with our friends and explore Minneapolis a bit more. I hope your month has been filled with love and exploration too!

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