Bryan and Meghan were married today!
This winter has been one of Minnesota’s most mild on record. As of two days ago, there was no snow on the ground and it was 50 degrees…we were out in short sleeves! All Meghan wanted was snow on her wedding day, and low and behold, beautiful white flakes started falling from the sky just as her ceremony began.
Bryan and Meghan had a true Nordeast wedding, which was fitting since they both grew up in the nearby neighborhoods. Their ceremony was at The Heights Theater, a beautiful art deco space that provided a unique venue. Meghan walked down the aisle to organ music and Grant, from Tie the Knot Wedding Ceremonies, officiated a sweet and meaningful ceremony. Not only did guests get to munch on popcorn, they got to sit and watch a short production of the couple’s lives.
As the snow really started falling, we headed to the St Anthony Main area for pictures. Star Limousine made sure we got there safely and in one piece as we traveled to a couple different locations. Just as we were taking our final pictures at the Stone Arch Bridge, the snow really started coming down in huge flakes and Meghan was able to get the pictures she was dreaming of. A short stop at Nyes to warm up, and then we were off to Jax Cafe for the reception.
I’ll just say off the bat that this family knows how to party. They also have good taste in DJs, and we were excited to get to work with one of our favorites, D’Angelo Sound and Light. Good food, good drink, good dancers, The Traveling Photo Booth…it was quite a party! We have a ton of hillarious and fun dance pictures, but decided to show a meaningful image of Meghan dancing with her mother and daughter. This was one of many tender moments that we loved being a part of.
Bryan and Meghan, it was such a pleasure to work with you and thank you for braving the cold to get these pictures! Here are my favorites, enjoy!