The first time I thought about how we should actually document some of our own funny behind the scene moments was after so many people asked us what it was like to hang out with llamas at Peter & Hannah's wedding day but I wasn't re-reminded until Matt & Laura's wedding day when Mark graciously attempted to hold all 8 opened umbrellas in his arms. I missed the funny moment as I was more focused on him not flying away but from that point on we made an agreement to try to stop and snap a photo of the silly moment before moving on. There are so many things that happen behind the camera or when it's down that you never see, so this year we stopped to capture some of the funniest and truest wedding photography behind the scene moments that we could find. Being a husband and wife photography team in the Twin Cities has been a dream come true because we get to work with our best friend and relive our wedding day all over again as we live vicariously through our amazing brides and grooms.
The photos you'll see below show the moments where we see each other loving what we do, the moments where we have to do some silly things to get the shot we need, and the moments in between. Getting to laugh and have fun through it all as well? Yes, that's a huge benefit! 2018 WP Couples, thanks so much for trusting us to walk alongside you and document your precious day. We are so excited for you as you continue the lifelong adventure of marriage and grow in your understanding of one another. Keep learning and keep reminding each other that however long you've been married, you're still learning. Keep pursuing, keep loving, and keep documenting the specialness of your relationships! We love you all! Hope to see you in the New Year!
The Moments We Watch Each Other Love What We Do
The Silly Things We Do To Help Us Get The Shot
(In the above photo, Mark graciously picked all the rose petals that were falling off the ground so we could throw them for a unique shot and in the left one, we removed the other couples' name temporarily so we could get a shot of the sign)
(Below: Not wanting to jaywalk, but needed to get a far back shot so did a little jogging in my dress)
All The Times We Stand In To Get the Lighting Right
The Time I Accidentally Photobombed Mark and Two of Me Appeared
Hope you got a few laughs! Have a Happy New Year!
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