8. Something Blue Wedding Venues in Minnesota (And Other Places)

The most creative ‘something blue’ idea we’ve heard yet? Using your venue! You could get married in a church with blue stained glass windows or perhaps overlooking the lovely Lake Superior -- the options are innumerable for blue wedding venues in Minnesota. Whether you’re local or planning a destination wedding to the Northwood, we have a ton of ideas for you to choose a blue location in our home state, as well as across the country. bride overlooking a lake wedding ceremony

What are some ideas for blue wedding venues in Minnesota (and other places)?

If you really want to get creative, why not think outside the box and have the location of your celebration be your lucky something blue? We love our home state and we know you will too if you choose to take advantage of one of the many beautiful wedding venues in Minnesota. The aquariums at the Mall of America or the Minnesota Zoo provide a unique party atmosphere as well as a decidedly ‘blue’ backdrop! You could also create a blue setting for your ceremony by holding it in a blue garden, like the one on Hamline University’s beautiful award-winning campus.

Have a stunning lake wedding ceremony.

If you’re in the state of 10,000 lakes, what better way to include something blue than with water scenery? A lake wedding ceremony is both gorgeous and distinctive. Some ideas include a yacht or other large boat on the Mississippi or Lake Superior, on a beach, on a golf course near a pond, or any other place overlooking water. Even an indoor venue could work if it had a large fountain, a stylish pool, or a patio overlooking a lake. If you’re not planning on tying the knot in Minnesota, another option is to get hitched on a cruise ship. How romantic!
wedding venues in Minnesota outdoor receptions

Never fear: We have unique ideas for outdoor receptions in other states, too!

If our ideas for wedding venues in Minnesota didn’t inspire you, we have some ideas perfect for other states as well! Of course, many of our suggestions can be adopted anywhere, such as having an aquarium or lake wedding ceremony.  Two other options for 'something blue' outdoor receptions are to have your wedding in a city or building with ‘blue’ in the name. For example, if you live in the United States, you could get married in these popular locations: Blue Ridge, GA, Blue Bell, PA, or Blue Mountain Lake, NY. If you want to get really creative, you could even get married in one of the many House of Blues establishments; Lucky blue occurs in the name of the place as well as in the type of music! (That gives us another idea: Have a blues band as your something blue!) blue wedding venue transportation

'Something Blue' Transportation? | photo by Staja Studios

We hope you liked our unique suggestions for ‘something blue’ indoor and outdoor receptions. If you still haven’t found the right way to include blue in your wedding, be sure to check out our other ideas for including something blue in your wedding.

Can you think of another lucky 'blue' wedding venue? Let us know by commenting below!

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Molly S
May 16, 2019 07:26

I agree with Hannah, really unique “something blue” idea. I have a friend that travels to Kansas City for business who frequents “The Blue Room” for the jazz lover renting out this area of the museum could be a neat idea for the reception.

May 16, 2019 07:26

The Queen Of Excelsior is a gorgeous option to have a chartered lake cruise as your wedding scenery on Lake Minnetonka.

May 16, 2019 07:26

What a unique ‘something blue’ idea! Especially for summer weddings.

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