There might be lots of reasons to have your museum wedding at the Mia, but amazing your guests is certainly one of them!
Sierra and Katie’s wedding at Como Conservatory and Young Joni Yesterday, someone asked me how many weddings I have photographed. It has been a while since I made a full count, but my back-of-the-napkin calculations put me around 450. I’ve photographed over 450 celebrations. Dancing, laughing, tears, bowties, blisters, snow, sun, rain. 450 makes it…
My biggest post-pandemic hope: that we still get on the dance floor like its 2019!
Jason and Marissa’s Minneapolis Event Center Wedding – full of some truly epic dance moves, the best views of Minneapolis across the Mississippi, and a whole heck of a lot of joy.
A MN Camp Wedding to kick off a year of gratitude What do I say about a wedding that happened in the before times? Before the shut downs, and the emergence of smaller weddings, and a focus on flexibility in events? About all I have to say is thank you. I feel extreme gratitude for…
If you only choose to have your wedding at the River Room of the Aster Cafe for the views of Minneapolis, I wouldn’t blame you!
The Aster Cafe has been running the River Room space on St Anthony Main in Minneapolis for several years. Never has this cozy space been more relevant than now as we approach post-pandemic possibilities for small weddings and celebrations.
Here are some of my favorite ways people have used the River Room for their weddings!
The goal is happy couples. The goal is documenting something beautiful for them. The blogging and the writing and the awards are just a path to get to that goal. Every time a couple chooses me to document their wedding, I feel a little tough of gratitude and wonder.
I’ve also been a Minneapolis wedding photographer long enough that I’ve received awards and acknowledgements for the depth and breadth of my work with clients and the service they receive.
I keep striving to be earn that trust.
COVID changed Jill and Jamal’s wedding plans, but they brought the joy to their Hyland Hills wedding nonetheless. I’ve been a Minneapolis wedding photographer for 15 years. I don’t have words for what its been like to run a small business during COVID, and I think that this experience will leave an indelible mark on us, like living through the great depression, or WWII. Yes, we are forever changed by 2020. And also yes, this gives us a new clarity – cherish your togetherness.
Since 2021 is a constantly evolving beast, I’m anticipating that couples will take a lot of different paths to realize their 2021 weddings and events. I wanted to keep you updated on my approach to documenting your celebrations and supporting the decisions that feel right for you and your partner!