An Urban Wedding at Clubhouse Jager in Minneapolis, Minnesota


                                                            Stacey Palmer (35 and a server) and Bryan Gerrard (39 and a bar manager) wanted their nu

Stacey Palmer (35 and a server) and Bryan Gerrard (39 and a bar manager) wanted their nuptials to be more than a wedding. They wanted it to be a funky and fun party, and they totally nailed it. The day started on the rooftop of ElseWarehouse with stunning vistas of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Since Stacey and Bryan live and work downtown, they wanted to share the city they love with 200 of their friends and family. Although the space was naturally gorgeous, florist Luna Vinca added manzanita branches and pink and white peonies throughout the decor to add a little romance. Afterward, everyone headed across the street to the couple's favorite place in Minneapolis: Clubhouse Jager. "It's a fantastic bar with a charm that cannot be put into words," Stacey says. They filled up 200 white balloons to decorate the plated-tile ceiling, hung a sparkly unicorn over the dessert table and fired up the disco ball. Everything from cupcakes to glowing cotton candy and disco doughnuts touched taste buds well into the night. The newlyweds kicked off the lively dance floor with "All for You" by Janet Jackson; then "Transmission" by Joy Division took over, and they boogied well into the morning. See all our favorite details, planned by Audacious Red Events and captured by RKH Images, below.

Stacey wanted to look like herself, so she wore her hair down in soft curls. In lieu of a veil, she donned a sparkly hair clip. Her makeup was soft and natural with a more dramatic eye for the occasion. She completed her look with simple dangling diamond earrings.
Since Stacey's favorite color is green and her birthday is in August, Bryan proposed with a peridot instead of a traditional diamond. The gemstone is surrounded with a small diamond halo, though, to give it the engagement ring look.
The bridesmaids wore mismatched gray J.Crew dresses. Stacey and Bryan wanted all their friends to be comfortable and able to let their personalities shine. The look came together beautifully.
Stacey and Bryan love Minneapolis, Minnesota. They live and work downtown, and wanted to share their city with their friends and family. ElseWarehouse has this cool rooftop, which was perfect with its amazing vistas of downtown.
Wanting the rooftop space to speak for itself, Stacey and Bryan kept their decor minimal. They laid a black-and-white chevron aisle runner down, and framed their altar with manzanita branches adorned with pink peonies.
Stacey and Bryan had their guests sign their love and well-wishes into this guest book. It was decorated to look like wood on the front along with a boho-style feather motif. To add a little romance to the reception tables, the couple added pink and white peonies (Stacey's favorite).
Keeping with the cool, urban wedding theme, Stacey and Bryan decorated with silver linens, gray and white chevron table runners and towering centerpieces. The manzanita branch and pink peony arrangements were displayed in gold rhinestone-decorated vases for added sparkle.
Clubhouse Jager, with its disco ball and a sparkly unicorn mounted above the dessert table, inspired the club atmosphere of Stacey and Bryan's reception. They served everything from disco doughnuts (covered in edible gold glitter) to glowing cotton candy and late-night pizza.
Stacey and Bryan have danced the night away at Clubhouse Jager in Minneapolis, Minnesota, many times. So for their reception, they couldn't think of anywhere better. They covered the plated-tile ceiling with 200 white balloons, opened the outdoor patio and had themselves a party.