We didnt have to travel far for last Sunday’s Quincy hall wedding in NE Minneapolis.
Nestled within the textures, buildings and chill vibes of North East Minneapolis, Adam and Asaf got to throw one heck of a party for their friends and family. The day started off with their gang of friends/family to escort them around the Stone Arch bridge to strike a pose and then to Earl Giles to get a drink. Even though the wedding reception is a party itself, it’s nice to have some time in the long day to have a mini party with those you consider your besties at a brewery or bar. Wedding days are long and you never want to feel like you’re rushing it. So thats what this set of fellas did. Luckily, the distillery was connected to Quincy hall so the travel time was pretty good.
The day was filled with custom Jewish ceremony elements including the Ketubah signing, 7 circles, glass breaking and hora for the couple and both sets of parents. All of the ceremony and reception was lit by blue and purple elements as those were the couples wedding colors. Even the wedding party was divided into team purple and team blue while representing the couple!
During the speeches, this notion that the couple were twins of each other came up multiple times. And while we only had a chance to get to know them via Zoom beforehand, we really got to see the resemblance. The most obvious characteristic was their adorable smiles. Over all this Quincy Hall Wedding was an absolute joy to document, and we are so happy for Adam and Asaf.
For more Brewery Vibes check out our blog on Brewery wedding ideas.
Thanks to the vendors!
Venue – Quincy Hall
Caterer – CRAVE
Flowers – Ergo Floral
Band – The Silver Alchemist
Coordinator: Cari Waitz Events