Same-sex wedding planning starts with Meet Minneapolis




Plan your same-sex wedding with complimentary wedding services from Meet Minneapolis 


Catch us at the Twin Cities Pride festival to start preparing for your big day


(MINNEAPOLIS)June 24, 2013 — Meet Minneapolis, Convention & Visitors Association, offers complimentary planning services to connect you to popular and unique wedding vendors that will make your Minneapolis wedding a reality when same-sex marriage becomes legal in Minnesota on Aug. 1, 2013.


Meet Minneapolis Wedding Services will be available at the Twin Cities Pride festival to answer your questions and provide wedding resources. Visit the booth located in Loring Park in the “Save the Date Wedding Showcase” on June 29, 2013.


Meet Minneapolis also has created a web page to directly address some frequently asked questions related to the Freedom to Marry Act and same-sex marriages:


For over 12 years, Meet Minneapolis has been offering free wedding planning services to those hosting their wedding in Minneapolis. Janet Kemen, resident wedding expert, serves over 400 couples per year, providing soon-to-be-weds with the best planning services offered in the city – FOR FREE. She contacts the top notch vendors on behalf of couples, helping to find:


-       Wedding Venues

-       Hotels

-       Cakes & Desserts

-       Caterers

-       Florists

-       Ceremony Officiates

-       Photographers

-       Transportation

-       Salon & Spa Services

-       Entertainment

-       Décor

-       Formalwear


Couples ready to get started can fill out this form with their needs and desires for their perfect wedding. The information is then put into a custom lead and sent to Meet Minneapolis partners. Hotels, venues and vendors then contact the couple directly with offers and availability, saving the couple time and effort making all the phone calls by having them come directly to you.


Couples can also sign up for the free e-newsletter here:




Meet Minneapolis is a private, not-for-profit, member-based association. It actively promotes and sells the Minneapolis area as a destination for conventions and meetings, works to maximize the visitor experience and markets the city as a desirable tourist destination to maximize the economic benefit of the greater Minneapolis area.


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Kristen Montag, media communication manager, 612.767.8038,, Minneapolis_PR on Twitter.