Kirsten and Mike’s wedding at the Loft at Studio J in Stillwater, MN was SO. MUCH. FUN. Honestly, I don’t think I’ve laughed that hard in a long time!
Their goofiness and radiant smiles infected all of their guests. As the day and evening progressed, the jovial energy grew until it exploded in an all out dance party.
This French inspired wedding styled shoot had my name written all over it. Case in point: the use of lavender…y’all know I love me some French Lavender! And the fact that I got work cross not one, but two bucket list vendors off my list was especially appetizing.
Y’all…when they talk about a couple that can “weather any storm” I’m pretty sure they’re talking about Grace and Nick. Their April wedding at Leopold’s Mississippi Garden is proof of that.
We’ve made it to part 2 of our feature on bridal skincare. Hooray! If you haven’t read part 1 you should probably go do that…like…right now. And if you’re ready for part 2, well my friend, please continue on.
Food food glorious food!
Food is a part of our everyday routine. What we feed ourselves shows on our face.
The last time I was at the Science Museum of Minnesota was during my freshman year of college. My Articulate Body class (#shitdancerssay #dancemajor) went to see the Body Works exhibit. So I was so excited to be part of a styled shoot that brought us to the museum.
Congratulations you’re getting married!! We all want the big day to go as smoothly as possible and sometimes the face is missed in the whirlwind of planning.
You want your face to be glowy, hydrated, and looking its best so you don’t need to wear a lot of makeup. My name is Danielle of DutcherEsthetics. Throughout this 3-part blog series, I’ll share with you my tips and tricks to help you get – and maintain – healthy glowing skin for your wedding day!
(Guest written by Danielle of DutcherEsthetics)
The snow is falling like WOHA! But the feeling inside is oh so warm and cuddly. And that’s because I have something really yummy to share with you.
A few weeks back, I got lunch with my pal Josey from Sixpence Events and we started talking. That talking quickly shifted to shop talk and after about an hour we had a collaborated on a pretty nifty blog post.
Darcy and Tyler were the winners of my Hyland Hills wedding fair giveaway and I couldn’t have been luckier that they won. Both as super sweet yet sassy (if you know me that’s a killer trait as I’m queen of sass-a-fras). They’re romantic and playful. They’re down to earth and have dreams for days.
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?