Some might say Minnesota was made for winter weddings. And with winter weddings growing in popularity (hello reduced off-season venue fees) some brides and grooms may wonder how they’re survive their outdoor portraits.
If you know anything about me, you know I’m from Minnesota but I love Europe. Ok, Ireland most especially, but old world European style has my heart and I not-so-secretly wish I could travel there all of the time.
We’ve been featured as one of the top 10 wedding photographers in Minneapolis, Minnesota by The Wedding Rule!
You’ll see a trend this year of couples making hard decisions and either postponing their wedding day or reducing their guest list. For Jenny and Fuchie, they decided to do both.
Looking through my parents’ heirloom wedding album not only gave me a glimpse into what life was like when they got married but the act of my parents sharing their photographs with me created an experience and a memory that I’ll never forget. That’s the power of heirloom wedding albums! That’s why it’s still so important to put your digital wedding photographs into a physical heirloom album. The one place my clients choose to spend extra money is on their wedding album!
Guest Blog: Hailey, the owner and lead designer of Essen Events, answers your biggest wedding planner and day-of coordinator questions.
Unless there’s an area with special significance to you, choosing a location for your portrait session can be daunting. So daunting that you might tell your photographer to choose one for you. But it doesn’t have to be.
Let’s get a little personal for a moment, shall we? Take a quick peek into my house and see how Matt and I incorporate our own photos into our daily lives throughout our home.
To say that what we’re living through is insane is a huge understatement. In the matter of weeks, the world has all but come to a screeching stop and the fear and cacophony of news updates is more than any of us should have to endure. But…here we are… Brides and grooms, when I say […]
Colleen and Andrew’s Leap Day wedding at The Semple Mansion in Minneapolis, MN was one I’ll never forget in a million years. Not just because it was on Leap Day and we only get that opportunity once every four years, but also because Colleen, Andrew, and their entire crew were so thoroughly invested – mind, body, heart, and soul – in celebrating their love that it would have changed the heart of any jaded cynic (if there had been any around that is).