Minneapolis in general is very open and accepting, however, we wanted to put together a resource in one place of LGBTQ friendly vendors in Minneapolis to help all couples planning their wedding.
Earl and I always have and always will support our LGBTQ community and do all that we can to show our love and support; so, when past couples had mentioned some of the struggles they faced when planning their weddings, we were saddened and disappointed. It’s 2021 and it utterly alludes us how some humans and vendors can be so dismissive or unaccepting of anyone’s love for one another.
Alas, while we can not change ignorance throughout the wedding industry, hopefully we can do what we can to aleviate the feeling of rejection by providing a list of vendors who have been referred to us or that we’ve worked with personally who we are confident will match our values.
While some of these vendors do have multiple employee and nothing in this world is a guarantee, we did compile this list based off of previous clients referrals and reviews or referrals from other vendors and associates within the LGBTQ community who have assured me that you can expect inclusion and open arms.
Also, I encourage you to let me know any other amazing vendors or venues that you enjoyed working with or can vouch for to add to this list as we want to continue building this solid network of amazing LGBTQ friendly vendors in Minneapolis.
For more inspiration check our some of our recent blogs featuring some amazing LGBTQ couples like Erin and Leanna who had their non traditional wedding at Lakes and Legends brewing or Alexis and Melani’s wedding that was right near by at the Loring Social. For a more elegant venue vibe, check out Lauren and Emily who had a stunning outdoor wedding at the amazing Hutton House.
Judge Ellen Maas Pratt
Hair by Heidi (Jessica)
Common roots cafe