Event planning is about vision and detail. That’s why Earle Brown Heritage Center is proudly obsessive, with an experienced team committed to flawless execution.
Each couple is unique and they should be approached in such a way that makes them feel as though we know them personally.
We want you to think of Earle Brown as a loyal friend and reliable partner for your celebration needs. We believe in being flexible, thoughtful and pragmatic. We are responsive to situations and anticipate rather than react. At Earle Brown, we genuinely care about our clients, and our experience shows in our execution.
For a unique wedding and bar in one of the most beautifully restored historic locations in Minnesota, choose Earle Brown. We welcome all weddings and ceremonies including LGBTQ, vow renewals, and commitments.
Earle Brown Heritage Center’s historic location, once a prominent country estate, is a treasure of the Minneapolis area. Our interior ballrooms and unique outdoor grounds accommodate groups of all sizes for your wedding ceremony and reception.
Outdoor weddings can be both elegant and dramatic. The Green, Earle Brown Heritage Center’s landscaped central courtyard, sets the scene for your outdoor wedding with fountains, flowerbeds, broad lawns, trees and antique streetlights. Should rain suddenly cloud the picture, we’ll also have an easy-to-implement Plan B to turn your outdoor wedding into an indoor one. You can trust Earle Brown Heritage Center’s staff with all the details in planning your outdoor wedding.
Our team of culinary experts work with you to plan and create an exquisite dining experience for your guests. From plated dining, buffet or picnic options, our chefs enjoy creating customized menus and can accommodate any special menu requests.
PARTNERS & AMENITIES
PARTNERS & AMENITIES
We’ll tend to your every need to ensure your special day goes according to plan; no hassles, no last minute scrambling. Simply enjoy your big day just how you always pictured it.
Earle Brown Heritage Center is also a proud supporter of same-sex marriages and would be proud to work with you for your special day.
Décor Ideas & Upgrades
- Arch for Ceremony – Indoor or Outdoor – $40.00
- Aisle Runner – $35.00
- White Lattice – $20.00/section
- Buffet Under-Lighting – $25.00/8’ table
- Buffet Table Top Lighting – $25.00/8’ table
- Colored Napkins – $0.85 each
- White & Burgundy Napkins – complimentary
- 8-Point Table Cloths – $8.00/table
- Mirror Tiles – $2.00+ each
- Votives – $0.50+ each
- Standing Buffet Branches – $100.00
- Branches Behind Head Table – $150.00 (additional charge for uplighting)
- Candelabras (2 total) – $45.00
A well-designed centerpiece will complete the look and feel of your wedding. Thanks to a wide variety of selections, Earle Brown Heritage Center can help you create exquisite focal points for each table. If our standard options don’t make the statement you’re looking for, our Catering Department will work with you to create the ideal centerpiece for your event – starting at just $14.95 each.
AUDIO VISUAL SERVICES
Whether you just need a microphone for announcements and speeches or are looking for slide presentation and projection equipment, we can meet any of your sound or visual effects function needs for an additional cost.
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