I do realize that it is not possible to create timeless photos – eventually we will look at images and notice the hair styles, the clothes, the lack of hovering cars and rockets. But interacting with people – how we hug, and laugh, and enjoy celebrating together – is timeless. And in that sense, weddings are the perfect attempt by us at creating immortal moments – pivot points in the lives of the couple and of their guests – demarcating a time that was before and a time that was after. So when I say that Kathryn + Alex’s wedding felt timeless and classic, I mean it felt very engrossing. It felt real and stylish and lovely. It felt like it had happened in 1920 (with Alex’s classic blue tux and Kathryn’s eyelet lace dress) and it felt like it happened in 2014.
And hosting their wedding at the Minneapolis Club (with the excellent planning of Rocket Science Weddings and Events) made for details that will certainly stand the test of time, even if there were no jet packs.