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Trina + Pete

Our final wedding of 2011 with Trina and Pete was a great way to end the year. Trina readied herself at the Plains Art Museum where she and Pete had their first glimpse and we started the group portraits. As is always the case, the museum provided a great backdrop and great light for some lovely portraits. Even an NDSU playoff game couldn’t stop the ceremony at the Swiss Cheese Church (aka Olivet Lutheran) although the groomsmen did have a radio to follow the game.

The reception back the at the museum started rocking right away with guests singing songs containing the word “love” to get Trina and Pete to kiss. Everyone really got into it! The dance didn’t slow down a bit, not with Post-Traumatic Funk Syndrome blowing out some big tunes. Britta and I could have listened all night!

Congrats, Trina and Pete, and thanks for letting us spend your amazing day with you.

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I love photographing weddings but what’s even better is when the couples come back and let me photograph the newest additions to their families. I photographed Phillip and Maari’s wedding almost six years ago and they now have an amazing addition to their family – Mabel.

Go ahead, try and get over her cuteness – I dare you.

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Laura + Brandon

Those of us in the wedding industry see a lot of couples in love but every once in a while you meet a couple that just makes you freeze in your tracks when they look at each other.

Laura and Brandon are that couple.

When they saw each other on their wedding day I went “Squeeee!” inside. (Seriously people, I’m a middle-aged photojournalist that’s photographed riots, disasters, weddings and everything in between and they made me go “Squeeee.” These kids are in love.)

We had such a great time all through the ceremony at Hope North and the weather was great for outdoor portraits. Don’t you think the vintage car was the perfect touch? Laura and Brandon capped the day off perfectly with a great reception and dance at the Holiday Inn where we continued to have way more fun than should be allowed.

Congratulations Laura and Brandon!

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