Sean contacted me months ago about surprising his bride of 10 years with a super fun/ass kickin' photoshoot. Their wedding photographs were less than stellar and he wanted some great portraits of the 2 of them. He coordinated their original wedding party to come out and play for a few shots as well!
Jamie and Hannibal were married in Cannon Falls at Jamie's family's farm. It was a warm and intimate affair hidden on a sprawling farm. A wonderful organic dinner provided by the fabulous Common Roots Cafe included grass-fed beef kabobs, wild rice burgers and grilled fruit. Jamie did all of the flower arrangements and her mom made her wedding dress. And I am pretty excited to share that this is my first all-film wedding. It was so refreshing and fun to shoot, I can't wait to shoot more film weddings!
This is another instance when creative people plan a wedding. Great locations, AMAZING dress and shoes, great design elements everywhere, mini burger and mashed potato stations, homemade jam, and a hot summer day. Put that together and you make everyone at the wedding fall in love. And the best part about it? Jess and Matt are in love and are a perfect fit. The ceremony happened at Raspberry Island, with the reception right next door at the Minnesota Boat Club. The invites were a custom collaboration between Jess and her sister. Flowers by Martha's Floral.
An unusually hot and humid day in Duluth didn't stop Lisa and Bully from having an unbelievably awesome event with their amazing friends. Add a little polka band, a non-stop photo booth (created by the groom), the always gorgeous city of Duluth, cute details and 2 wonderful people (Lisa & Bully) and you get this: