Minneapolis wedding Venues that don’t exist – Aria

Here is my theory when writing a blog post – the writing should be interesting even if to people who were not there. Interesting even if the wedding didn’t exist.

I’ve been a Minneapolis wedding photographer long enough to have seen venues open and close, trends come and go, stories begin and end. And so I am sharing this gorgeous wedding at of on my favorite wedding venues that no longer exists, Aria.

Winter Aria Wedding – Maura and Tony

Maura and Tony’s winter Aria wedding was the kind of intimate and joy-filled day that stays with me. I’m so happy to share this beautiful wedding, and hoping these lovely memories have been a balm during the isolation of 2020.

Aria Wedding Minneapolis

Despite being a wedding photographer, I’m not a particularly romantic person. It is probably the Scandinavian in me, but I tend to the practical. But all of that is out the window for Mallory and Ian’s Minneapolis Aria wedding.

Aria Minneapolis Warehouse Wedding – Jill and Pat

What can say about Jill and Patrick’s Minneapolis warehouse wedding at Aria that the photos don’t show? It was happy and gorgeousand had a great band.

Aria Winter Wedding Minneapolis

Couples often want to know if I can take photos in dark spaces. Long Answer: Not only can I take photos in dark spaces, but I think it is vital for photographers in the Upper Midwest to be able to do so. Alicia and Blake’s wedding was stunning, and warm, and vibrant, and gorgeous. And it didn’t feel dark – it felt glowing. Being able to convey that in images is my job and my honor. So, yeah. I’ll take photos in dark spaces, in winter, in caves, at night. However you are celebrating, that’s what I want to document.