Fourteenth Annual Best of Weddings Awards Honor the Top Wedding Vendors Across America Minneapolis, MN December 12, 2019 — Lauren Baker Photography is pleased to announce that they have been selected as a 2020 winner of The Knot Best of Weddings, an accolade representing the highest and most-rated wedding professionals as reviewed by real couples, […]
It’s pretty safe to assume that I love all of my couples with all of my heart. So when a couple comes to me and says they were referred to me by a past couple of mine, I go all heart and star-eyed because I know this couple’s wedding is gonna be HELLA FUN!
That was 100% the case for Alexandra and Cameron’s Fall equinox wedding at the Eagan Community Center.
Jessica and Tim’s Fort Snelling Memorial Chapel wedding was 100% them. By that I mean it was adorable, intimate, and filled with jokes and laughter.
Their story begins with a change meeting. Jessica was working at Nordstrom, where she was a stylist (she used to work at The Wedding Shoppe so it goes without saying that she’s got bomb taste!). Tim worked at the café at Nordstrom. Can you see where this is going?
Reason #135 why I love my job: I get to share information from the top wedding excerpts with all of my couples.
Melody, owner and lead planner of Events by Melody, is an award-winning wedding and event planner based in Minneapolis. Her work is sublime and always full of personality, which is fitting because her motto is “PLAN. PARTY. PERFECTION.”
Aside from her being an awesome #girlboss, what makes Melody’s work stand out to me is her attention to detail.
It’s time for a heart to heart. There’s a topic that’s so important to discuss that I’m a little embarrassed we haven’t talked about it yet. What’s that super important topic? It’s light. Light, time, and how it all affects your portraits.
Kristi and Mike’s Mendakota Country Club wedding was perfection with a capital P! All of the giggles, high-fives, hugs, and the STUNNING decor made the day feel like a dream.
The couple met on eHarmony. They both valued their families, work, and faith so they decided to give it a chance and meet in person. It wasn’t long before they realized how great they were together. They went to church, hung out with their respective friend groups, and when Mike saw how Kristi was with his nieces and nephews…well…let’s just say he was in love. And when Mike was sick, Kristi made him homemade chicken noodle soup – the sign she was in love with him, too.
Teresa and Sam’s Dellwood Barn wedding in Grant, MN was seriously like a fairytale. I kid you not! Not only could the two of them be mistaken for Mr. & Mrs. Prince Charming (how good-looking can one couple be?!) but their decorations, details, and décor all screamed “Once Upon A Time.”
Molly and Chase’s Snail Lake Regional Park wedding in Shoreview was certainly one for the books. Not only did I get to witness one of my best friends from college marry the love of her life, but I had the honor of documenting their special day, an honor I do not take lightly.