From their classic St Olaf College Wedding to their late night dancing, these two grooms had it all
Days that start with bow ties and end with dance parties are pretty spectacular.
I would expect no less from these two grooms after their engagement photographs turned into an impromptu champagne party.
And so it was with Clayton and Jared’s wedding day – a formal garden party ceremony and reception on the gorgeous spring grounds of St Olaf College. A reception with a grey ombre cake and doughnuts, very good friends, toasts that made even this wedding photographer tear up a bit, and much laughter.
But every relationship is multi-faceted, and so the day wasn’t complete until the after-hours dance party.
I know EVERYONE says their wedding photographer is the best. But honestly, if you’re looking for a true professional who you can trust implicitly on your wedding day, check out Becca Dilley Photography. Becca’s the kind of photographer who will make you stick to your timeline, pulling you away from your dressing room even though you’re still making last-minute adjustments to your hair, and you will love her for it. She will remind you to breathe and assure you that there is actually time to walk over to the ivy-covered, limestone building for that perfect St. Olaf shot. And when you’re too anxious to tie your husband’s bow tie, she’ll do it for you, but only after taking an adorable picture to make everyone think you did it. So yeah, I think our wedding photographer is the best!Clayton + Jared
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