A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of photographing a very joyful wedding! As you’ll see from the photos below, the union of Sarah and Mike was very special! Honestly I think they may be the happiest and excited couple that I have yet to experience in wedding photography. I had so much fun during the editing process because their emotions certainly made an appearance in every photo!
Sarah and Mike, their wedding party, family, and guests were all such a pleasure to work with. Forecasters were giving us such mixed (and somewhat scary!) information about the weather that day but the rain held off and the ceremony was full of warm sun. This is certain to be a wedding that I remember. :)
Thanks for the opportunity to witness your marriage, Sarah and Mike! I had a wonderful time and, as always, congratulations!! :)
Here are (more than) a few of my favorites:
It’s so hard to pick just one. But I’m partial to this photo from Brooke & Scott‘s wedding. :)
A couple of weeks ago I photographed an intimate at home wedding in St. Paul, Minnesota. The bride was absolutely gorgeous. I love her hair piece. :) We lucked out with a wonderful space to take portraits in one of their bedrooms and the layout of their home worked so well for the ceremony.
I skimmed the nearly 800 photos from the evening and picked out a few favorites to share:
My great friends Brooke & Scott got married on October 14th. I photographed Brooke getting ready at my house, the small ceremony on Theo Wirth Parkway a few blocks from our houses, and their reception at Wirth Pavilion. Everything went so well and turned out perfectly! :)
Here are some of my favorite photos…
Two things made me a little nervous to shoot this wedding:
I had one of the worst headaches of the past few years start just minutes before their ceremony and the groom is a photographer who I have worked with in the past.
I made myself feel like I had a lot to live up to while my brain could barely function.
But despite those things I think their photos turned out well. :)
What do you think?