What to say?
We have an incredible job…… it’s difficult to make the distinction between work and play.
It’s amazing to be around people with so much energy and love of life. These joyous moments are contagious. It is truly a gift and an honor to be invited to photograph.
On to A + J:
Anne and Jason were incredibly kind and wonderful to work with. Always concerned if we had what we needed. Both doctors and separated by a few states during their residency programs, they accumulated many frequent flyer miles. Now that they’ve finished they’ve had the good fortune of landing jobs in the same city. Yay!
Their ceremony was held at St. Peter in Mendota Heights, the oldest catholic parish in Minnesota.
Market flowers on Nicollet Mall provided the gorgeous flower arrangements.
It was a magical evening as the sun went down at Mendakota Country Club in Mendota Heights.
This was one of those weddings that made it easy for us as photographers. The light was soft, the weather good, and most importantly (and not to be corny) there was joy everywhere! There’s just something wonderful about photographing weddings. People get all their friends and family together at one place and time. It’s quite a remarkable time to document in peoples lives. We’re your historians!
The ceremony was held at the historic St. Mary of Mount Carmel in Long Prairie.
Arrowwood Resort in Alexandria hosted the relaxing reception. The cocktail hour was held outside during the magical hour before the sun goes down.
This Thursday wedding was anything but typical. From the hand made blue dress, jewelry, and cake, to the recently restored Dayton House in Worthington Minnesota. Charis and Andrew had an outstandingly perfect spring spring day.
Both being artists they had a hand in just about every detail. Family and friends were in on the creation too! Charis’ sister Christine worked a year and a half and has been a major driving force in the careful, true-to-period rehabilitation of the Victorian building known as the Dayton House. She carefully selected paint, furnishings and fixtures replicating the kind of design typical of the 1890s and early 1900.