Category Archives: Weddings
I cannot wait to share more photos from this wedding at The Madonna Inn in San Luis Obispo California! What an incredible, fantastical place (Suzy and Alex are pretty fantastic as well)! So to tide you over, here’s a peek!
Here’s a look back at all of the fun photo sessions I had in 2017! Click on the links to see more. I just want to give a quick shout out to the team from https://www.luggageforward.com/ for making my traveling … Continue reading
The story of how Emilie and Rich met is the cutest! They were both at a certain Minneapolis restaurant, Emilie was waiting for a blind date and was observing a couple at the bar. She told them they were really … Continue reading
Rachel and David were married in a quaint little church and they decided to go for a more traditional approach and not see each other until Rachel walked down the isle. Rachel began to tear up when she saw the … Continue reading
I absolutely adore the Theodore Wirth Chalet. Everything about it is so quaint and cozy. We didn’t really need cozy on the sweatiest weekend in September, but Kristy and Matt never showed any signs of sweat. They were one of … Continue reading
It was almost like we were in Hawaii… but we were in Shoreview, Minnesota. However, Serenity & Sean made it feel like we were somewhere else, with the beautiful flowers, and the lake and their tropical attire. They almost had … Continue reading
Not all weddings need to be a big production. Baileigh and Pat exchanged their vows in a small, sweet, courthouse ceremony amongst family.
When two people are meant for each other, you just know it, you can feel it in their presence. Josie and Jarrod complete each other. Jarrod studies the land and rocks and minerals as a geologist and Josie is an … Continue reading
These two… So much love… Seriously. I cannot wait to share the rest of their photos!
“What greater thing is there for two human souls, than to feel that they are joined for life–to strengthen each other in all labor, to rest on each other in all sorrow, to minister to each other in all pain, … Continue reading