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Found: The Art of the Wedding



There's a lovely North Loop event tonight if you're planning on getting married in the next year—or if you just like weddings. Called "Found//The Art of the Wedding," Photogen Inc. proprietrix Eliesa Johnson put it together with Rivets and Roses, and curated it around the artisans who put together impeccable weddings.

The event includes fine-art installations from photographers Photogen Inc. and Rivets and Roses. Tara LaTour (most recently buzzed about for the gown she made for her best friend and handbag designer Laura Nelli), filmmakers Capture Studios, florist Munster Rose, and stationer Paperista will also have goodies on display. Crispin cider and Cocoa & Fig will provide treats. The local lifestyle/PR firm Style-Architects will be organizing the event, but FYI: they also provide bridal planning services. I rarely quote press releases, but this kind of sold me on it: "Found is sure to find you enchanted, inspired, and a little imbibed."

You can see more details on their Found website, or at their Twitter handle, @FoundEvent.

Tonight, 6 to 10 p.m. 514 Studios, 514 North 3rd Street, Suite 101, Minneapolis

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