Katrina from Studio Laguna spent the day with Lisa and Lucien, capturing their dual-ceremony, dual-culture, dual-amazing wedding at The Depot in Minneapolis. What Katrina really loved was the FOOD — sadly, we can't experience it first hand, but let's salivate over some photos. From this angle, the outfits in both ceremonies look pretty hard to beat.
Lisa and Lucien donned their traditional Eastern outfits and had a formal buddhist tea ceremony.
The second "first look" of the day. Lisa's white gown was by La Sposa.
Zinnia Design Florals crafted the floral pieces for both ceremonies and the reception. Lisa's love of moss and the color palette influenced the variety of the flora.
A traditional Chinese Lion Dance preempted the grand march with drums, cymbals, and a whole lot of enthusiasm.
And now the food! There were two food stations, one Eastern (including this yummy-looking sushi) and one Western. There was even a mashed potato bar with the potatoes served in martini glasses. P.S. wasabi hearts FTW!
For more of this multicultural and epicurean wedding in Minnesota, head to Studio Laguna's blog entry.