On July 5, 1937, Hormel revolutionized the world with one simple invention: SPAM. The whole purpose of this creation was to increase the sale of the not-so-popular pork shoulder; the end result earned the inventor, Ken Daigneau, $100, and everyone else the right to agree to disagree about its tastiness for the rest of time.
On October 3, 2020, a better variety of SPAM became available, and it is a much sweeter creation at this Minneapolis fall city wedding.
When Pam and Sam started their relationship, it was a lightbulb moment for pretty much everyone that knows them. It just made sense. The quiet yet witty Sam was perfectly balanced by the extroverted and effervescent Pam. Her personality shone brightly with her wedding day attire: To be true to herself and the bubbly woman she is, Pam wore a pink dress (which matched her custom morganite engagement ring perfectly). That dress, paired with the blues and blacks of the groomsmen and the burgundy of the bridesmaids, was everything.
And it proved that it wasn’t just Wednesday where we wear pink.
The heart and humor of these two was everywhere at their reception. Their favor, can koozies, paid homage to their portmanteau of Spam (with a slight nod to the other Minnesota-made creation). There was a subtle mention of The Plastics and Glen Coco, appropriate for their October 3 date (which is often referred to as Mean Girls Day, as that was the day Aaron Samuels recognized Caty by asking her what day it was). There was a delicious dinner that reflected their ability to compromise, and proved that, yes, you can pair Chicken Parmesan with BBQ ribs; dancing followed as well as a turn or two in a photobooth.
If their wedding day is any sign of what’s to come for these two, it’s nothing but the best.
Thank you for allowing me to celebrate with you two, Mr. + Mrs. Fredrickson!
VENUE // PNA Hall
DRESS // Custom order
GROOM’S ATTIRE // Men’s Wearhouse
BRIDESMAID DRESSES // Azazie
CATERING // K+J Catering
CAKE // Wuollet Bakery
ENTERTAINMENT // Midwest Sound
PHOTOBOOTH // Divanyx
DECORATIONS // Grand Designs
Kayla Lee is a Minnesota-based wedding and elopement photographer. She provides services to elegant, authentic, sentimental couples who not only choose their own adventures, but also live them to the fullest! See more about the KLP Wedding Experience!
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