Pop Culture Effect: Famous Brides, Celebrity Couples, Movies and TV Shows

On this episode you’ll hear Twin Cities wedding industry-veterans, each with their own business niche: Matthew Sherry, CEO of COMPLETE Weddings & Events Twin Cities; Michelle Tverberg, real estate agent with Kris Lindahl Real Estate; and Elizabeth Sherry, event logistics coordinator with Minnesota Chamber of Commerce. Together they have a combined experience of over 50 years in the wedding event industry! Listen in as they share thoughts on some of the iconic pop culture weddings that happened and that have influenced weddings of the past and weddings here in the present.
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Top 5 Things Wedding Experts Would Never Do At Their Own Wedding

Your hosts include Twin Cities wedding industry-veterans Michelle Tverberg, Matthew Sherry, and Elizabeth Sherry. Together they have a combined experience of over 50 years in the event industry. Listen in as they share their “no go” wedding things they just wouldn’t do.

Great Questions You Should Ask Before Choosing a Wedding Venue

These questions by Eliabeth Sherry will help you save time, energy, and money. As well as make sure you have the best wedding day possible.

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