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A Bright Traditional Wedding in Minneapolis, MN

  • Red Ribbon Studio
    Designer and planner: Amy Zaroff Events + Design
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Debra & Alex in Minneapolis, MN
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Each bridesmaid carried a tightly packed bouquet of different flowers in bright hues, including this deep orange bouquet of calla lilies.
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Classic white invitations were accented with a 
white-on-black belly band that reminded Debra and Alex of a bow tie.
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Warm lighting illuminated the ceremony space, where the round Lucite huppah was covered in candles 
and fresh flowers.
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A colorful lithograph of a Campbell’s soup can inside each escort card let the guests know that a donation had been made to the local food bank in their honor.
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Hot pink uplighting 
added a wash of color to 
the draped space, while vivid arrangements of 
yellow, orange and pink flowers lined the tables.
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A streamer cannon 
showered the couple as they entered the reception.

Debra & Alex in Minneapolis, MN

The Bride Debra Fiterman, 30, CEO/owner of BridgeWorks The Groom Alex Arbit, 29, a web 
developer at Black River Asset Management The Date December 11 Instead of an icy white winter wedding, Debra and Alex created a cozy affair inspired by the colors of 
fire. Shades from dark orange to light yellow appeared in the floral arrangements and were accented with hot pink and black.
- Jenny Ryan
Their Ingredients
  • Red Ribbon Studio
  • Designer and planner: Amy Zaroff Events + Design
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