Erica and Sabrina wanted to have a fun, outdoor feel to their Minneapolis engagement shoot. They love their two pups (Kali and Arlo) and they wanted to make sure they were included, too. The adventure included multiple locations and an homage to their favorite football teams, lots of fall foliage, and even more adorable romantic moments.
Robekkah and Christian were initially Scrabble partners who found love AND gaming fun. They had a DIYed forest fairy wedding in Northern Minnesota full of family involvement, a gorgeous purple and white gown, and a very special officiant.
Their photographer gave us such a sweet account of the day, that I couldn’t not share it…
Selena and Josh first met during a PowerHockey tournament in Detroit. For those unfamiliar with the sport, PowerHockey is similar to floor hockey, but all the players play in power wheelchairs. Josh was one of the players, and Selena was an assistant to one of his teammates. When Selena and Josh met, they immediately clicked and shared a lot of laughs.They eventually reconnected a while later, this time for good.
Asha and Joe had a gorgeous wedding at the Eagan Minnesota Community Center in Minneapolis. But my question was, where did Asha get that AMAZING coral dress? It turns out there’s a lot more to it, including a dress swap from her original choice. Asha is a fashion blogger so what she chose to wear was key. Here’s the scoop on her dress, flowers, and hair…
Andria and Donna had a theater wedding with TWO killer venues in Minneapolis. They started out with a staircase ceremony(!) at the new LRx Loring and Pharmacy Bar. Then they headed to party at their reception at Varsity Theater, a popular Minneapolis concert venue.
They had a live band (Fred Savage and the Unbeatables!), lights everywhere, and their dessert bar was drool-worthy.
Our wedding was a blend of a whole lot of fall, Halloween, goth, Tim Burton-like elements that all worked together in a surprisingly elegant way. We incorporated as much of our ancestral history as we could. We had photos of our passed relatives at both the ceremony and our reception. I wore the bracelet of Daniel's grandmother, I slipped her wedding ring onto my handkerchief, and I read my vows from a bound volume of the poetry written by Daniel's grandfather. It was important to us to share our roots with each other and our families and friends as we became one.