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Due to our falling behind in blogland we will be sharing weddings from earlier this year.
Architect Mies van der Rohe said “God is in the details.”
Emily + Christopher, where do we begin. …
Emily is one of the most talented interior designers in the twin cities. She really put her skills to work at her wedding. Every element of the wedding was dazzling. No detail was too small. Emily is about to start a new business focusing on weddings. We wish her all the best.
The day began at the towering Basilica of St. Mary
in Minneapolis. This was one of those days we worried about the weather. It was gray and rainy moments before we started photographing. Amazingly, everything cleared up and we were able to enjoy the perfect light. They weather couldn’t have been more cooperative.
Chris waited outside for Emily for their first meeting. Emily’s sister couldn’t resist sneaking a peak!
Chris picked a 76 Cadillac convertible as the get away car. The lack of a roof made it perfect for photographing with a sense of place.
The reception was held at The Depot Minneapolis.
The interior was stunning. Stems + Vines
provided the flowers, Studio 6
and Linen Effects
set up the linens and chair covers and made the tables look absolutely stunning as always.
More great wedding vendors involved:
Video: Dave from Weiss Productions.
Dress: Bridal Accents Couture.
Hair and makeup: Spalon Montage
Kevin + Lucy were married at the charming Virginia Street Swedenborgian Church in St. Paul.
For those interested in history and learning the connection between Swedenborgianism, Johnny Appleseed, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Helen Keller drop by Swedenborg.org. If you enjoy American history I think you will find it very fascinating.
Kevin and Lucy both had a twinkle in their eye and looked so happy when they saw each other for the first time on their wedding day.
The flowers by Bayberry were brilliant.
The reception was held at the University Club on Summit Avenue known for being frequented by author F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Congratulations to Kevin and Lucy!