A special thanks to fellow artist and photographer James Church.
James worked with us at many weddings during 2005. His artistic eye and contribution was inspiring and invaluable.
More photos of James in action here.
James is one of those unique people that transitions between mediums with grace and style. He is a photographer, he creates beautiful multimedia presentations, and if that weren’t amazing enough he is an accomplished, very talented bronze sculptor. Check out his work at www.studiochurch.com. Thank you James for your talent and all your hard work.
Marc + Leda
Leslee + Charlie were married on a warm winter day . Perfect!
Leslee getting ready with Napoleon Dynamite at Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church*.
A private first meeting.
A winter wonderland at Loring Park.
The reception was held at the amazing Loring Pasta Bar.
has a long history in Minneapolis and is known for it’s outreach program for the homeless in the community. A special thanks to Casey Robbins and Dennis Oglesby for their wonderful work with the HAUMC homeless outreach program.
It was so much fun photographing Tara and Mark. Such wonderful spirits, so much happiness. It was truly contagious
Tara and the bridesmaids spying on the arriving guests at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Lake of the Isles.
Flowers from Flora Bella.
Tara found the perfect Monique Lhuillier
gown. Glamorous and elegant, just the right gown to compliment her natural beauty and grace.
The reception was held at Calhoun Beach Club.
The great people at Linen Effects
made the room shine.
The girls at Gateaux did the Cake. If cakes were exhibited in museums Gateaux’s work would be next to the Picasso’s or Davinci’s. They are unquestionably master works of art. Check out the other post on Gateaux.
David from Weiss Productions captured video and 8mm film.
Joan from Ambiente was the planner. She was absolutely amazing and attentive to every detail. Thanks Joan!