Ah, the yearly year in review. I’m a little late. Despite this being wedding photography off-season in Minnesota, I’ve stayed quite busy working on albums for all my 2015 couples, and booking newly engaged couples that are getting married in 2016 and even 2017. But I’m still high on the cloud of love that is Valentine’s Day, so it’s fun to relive all the laughter and hugs and kisses from last year while compiling images for this post. Finding images is easy, but I struggle with the perfect words. 2015 was a spectacular year filled with amazing couples with big hearts and lots of love. Love for each other and for their friends and family. Being a wedding photographer has got to be one of the coolest jobs on the planet. You guys, I just love witnessing all this love week after week! Such a huge blessing. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!
I can’t believe it’s Christmas week! Where did 2015 go?! I love every season in the beautiful state of Minnesota and it’s currently snowing outside my office window, but let’s take it back to fall for a few minutes here. Celia & Bobby’s gorgeous October wedding was elegant and colorful, but not over-the-top fall. They had the perfect day in so many ways- it was full of all of the most gorgeous details you could imagine, and everything (including the adorable bride and groom!) was picture perfect, but more than that- their day was full of incredible moments and lots of laughter. Celia and Bobby were surrounded by their many friends, families and constant smiles. Their joy was contagious and I am so thankful that they chose me to capture their wedding day. Thank you!! You guys are the best and I hope you keep smiling through every day of your married life!
VENDORS | Planner: Sarah Trotter of Lasting Impressions Weddings | Florals: Studio Fleurette | Videographer: Photogfilms | Ceremony: Lake of the Isles Lutheran | Reception: Calhoun Beach Club | Catering: D’amico
All images captured on the Contax 645 and Canon 1V with Kodak Portra 400, Kodak Tri-X & Ilford 3200 film.
Images captured on the Contax 645 & Canon 1V with Portra 400, and Ilford XP2.