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Intimate Wedding on The North Shore | Two Harbors, MN

When Kathryn and I met last Fall to discuss her dream wedding, I was thrilled when she said they were up for anything as long as it was simple, fun, and not going to break the bank. I asked if they preferred hiking, adventure or relaxing on a beach. They were new parents so she...

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    Texas Wedding at Stonebridge Wedding Venue

    This Texas wedding at Stonebridge Wedding Venue was totally worth the wait. We were suppose to celebrate in March, but Covid changed our plans. Luckily the venue and all the talented Texas wedding vendors were able to accommodate Michael and Diana’s dream wedding June 5th, 2020. Yes, the 95 degree summer temps were a bit...

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      Linden Hill Estate Wedding | Little Falls, MN

      Linden Hill Historic Estate in Little Falls, MN is known to be one of Minnesota’s most elegant wedding and retreat destinations. And for good reason! It offers a charming history, 9 acres of manicured riverside property, convenient central Minnesota location, and a comfortable, romantic vibe from the moment you pull in the driveway. You could...

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      • Sharon Deters

        These captures are just incredible ReplyCancel

      Small Wedding and Elopement Ideas in Minnesota

      So you’re starting to like the idea of a small wedding!! Or maybe you’re being forced against your will due to the forbidden “c word” (Coronavirus). Well my friend, I’m here to tell you…the Lord works in mysterious ways and you may not know it yet, but a small wedding might just be your dream...

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      How To Plan For Your 2020 Wedding

      You might be wondering if it’s still possible to get married this year. With the Coronovirus filling the world with anxiety, uncertainty and even restrictions limiting the number of people allowed at gatherings, this is a legitimate fear for couples planning a 2020 wedding. But the answer is YES!! You can still get married, but...

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      • April

        This is such a wonderful resource for uncertain couples! I love how you’ve broken everything down. ReplyCancel

      • Natalie

        Such great advice in here! In these uncertain times, it’s so helpful to have backup options in mind and so nicely laid out! I think more than ever, it’s important to focus on what really matters when it comes to weddings — the bride and groom coming together!ReplyCancel

      • Shiloh

        I can’t even imagine how many couples are being affected by this pandemic, but I’m thankful there are photographers like you out there providing couples some reassurance for preserving their wedding day and still making it as special as possible! 🙂 ReplyCancel

      • This is so helpful for those faced with the current covid situation! We’re biased towards eloping anyway but having the party later is the best of both worlds for sure 😀ReplyCancel

      • Kristen

        Definitely a great article for this time! It is definitely helpful for those still hoping to get married this year.ReplyCancel

      • Ali Rae

        This is year of elopements and I love it! Your couples must really appreciate you laying the options out for them given everything going on. This is such a good resource, thanks for sharing and putting so much thought into this. ReplyCancel

      • Caroline

        Great advice in these weird times. I love the idea of eloping now and partying later 🙂 ReplyCancel

      • Love the elopement photos so much. What a great resource for planning couples!ReplyCancel

      • Such an amazing resource!ReplyCancel

      • Great writeup. Love the way you described these images. Lovely processing of images too.ReplyCancel

      • It was so exciting to see all the great pictures. I can’t wait to get home and see the rest of them. Thank you so much for capturing our day in such a beautiful way. We really appreciate it!ReplyCancel

      A Charleston Wedding | Historic Rice Mill

      Today’s blog features a festive Charleston Wedding hosted at The Historic Rice Mill wedding venue… I had the privilege of second shooting for the talented wedding photographer, Madison Perry of Charleston, this December. I’m a professional Minnesota wedding photographer with a passion for Destination weddings so it’s nice to fill in the off-season (December-April) with...

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        What your Intimate Wedding could look like at Sable Inn Bed & Breakfast | Foley, MN

        If you want your wedding day (or wedding weekend;) to be intimate, relaxed, peaceful and full of natural beauty, consider the new venue just West of Foley, Minnesota. While new to the wedding industry, Sable Inn Bed & Breakfast is a renovated 1901 home filled with character and old world charm. Bill and Sandy Stevens...

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          Bridal Inspiration In a Medieval Village | Castle Combe, England

          A young woman, her beauty as breathtaking as her surroundings, stands before a quaint, old English Village. Castle Combe is a picturesque medieval village in the beautiful Cotswolds where it once served as a thriving wool trade center, and now holds the ability to transport you back in time…or so it seems. Like the calm...

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          • These photos are so beautiful! These literally threw me back a couple decades with how vintage they look. Beautiful work!ReplyCancel

          • These bridal portraits are amazing! I love the ones by the blue door. Couldn’t ask for a more beautiful location. ReplyCancel

          • Ok, I am fully obsessed with these photos! Gosh, I love the English countryside and you did such an incredible job capturing it. Ready to hop on a plane right now.ReplyCancel

            • Thank you so much! It’s definitely one of those places you need to experience in person:)ReplyCancel

          • Caroline

            Ooh I love Castle Combe! Beautiful photos and love the dress! ReplyCancel

          • What a gorgeous shoot. I love the romance of it!ReplyCancel

          • What an absolutely lovely set of images! You did an amazing job at capturing the village. Makes me want to visit England again soon!ReplyCancel

            • Thank you! And I love when people use the word lovely to describe it because that of course is one of their favorite words in England:)ReplyCancel

          • alycia

            these are soooo romantic and wanderlusty!ReplyCancel

          • Wedding there! Yes please. Such an amazing place. I feel the vibesReplyCancel

          • Samantha C Schaub

            What a beautiful story! I love the poetry, you’re an excellent story teller! Gorgeous images!ReplyCancel

          • This is so beautiful and timeless, the colors remind me of paintings from a early time.ReplyCancel

          • Justyna

            That place took my breath away! All the textures of the buildings! ReplyCancel

          • Mollie

            WOW this is amazing! So elegant and beautiful! ReplyCancel

          Fall Wedding Inspiration | The Barn At Stoney Hills

          Talk about a talented group of Central Minnesota wedding vendors here…Amy Walz held nothing back when she planned this inspirational Fall wedding shoot at one of Minnesota’s newest and finest destination wedding venues in Cushing. The venue is offered up to the bride and groom the whole weekend of their wedding, Friday through Sunday giving...

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            How To Enjoy Your Wedding After The Loss of A Loved One

            Some people choose to Elope because a traditional wedding just isn’t for them. Maybe they prefer a more intimate day focused on each other vs on hundreds of other people; or maybe they prefer to spend their money on an adventure combined with a honeymoon vs a venue and plates of food. Other times, the...

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