Cody and Jenna’s day was filled with happy tears, easy laughs, and a close-knit crew of family and friends. These two both managed to kick their nerves to the curb and enjoy the time before their wedding ceremony in the most laid back manner possible.Read More
I have no other way to introduce this wedding blog post than to frankly and simply say how much of an honor it is to be included in a small, intimate wedding. Tom and Tricia, two beautiful souls I met about 5 years ago, got married at Concorida Language Villages in Bemidji, Minnesota, with 17 people in attendance — including the bride, the groom, the officiant, and me!Read More
Warmth. That’s my word for Nathan & Pagie’s wedding day.
And no, I don’t mean it was a warm day—on the contrary, the wedding party and family who braved the first truly cold day of fall know that’s not the case.
Instead, I mean the warmth between family, friends, and two people who chose each other over anyone else.Read More
Scott & Sam’s wedding day was one of the last gorgeous days in September. Sunlight spilled across their backyard, which transformed into a quiet, gorgeous wedding venue over the summer.Read More
Let’s kick off this Sanctuary Events Center Wedding by telling you my favorite think about Josh and Jessica: They are completely unafraid to just be themselves.
Trust me, you’ll see it in their pictures. And I LOVE it — as a wedding photographer, I can certainly put a couple in an intimate pose, but I certainly never want them to be something they’re not. I want my goofy couples to be goofy, my romantic couples to get cuddly, and my quiet couples to revel in the moment.Read More
Kavin and McKenzie are my favorite high school sweethearts. They met in high school through their golf coach — years later, they chose Oxbow Country Club as the venue for their wedding! What a perfect choice, don’t you think?Read More
Ian and Emma deserve an award. This couple planned their wedding in under a year, living over 1,000 miles from their wedding day location in Moorhead, MN! In addition to that, they only came to the area once before the big day.Read More