Minnesota Winter (n): bitterly cold; lasts way too long; absolutely breathtaking; creates strong people; the best time for a wedding.
With Minnesota Winter arriving this week, it felt only fitting to reminisce about Allie and Matt’s winter wedding this past January. It was negative degrees outside, one of the coldest days of the year. And it ended with a classic Minnesota Winter Snowstorm. Taking me over 2 hours to get home as I drove through drifts of snow on the highway.
Like it or not, sadly winter is coming.
Allie and Matt’s 2.0 wedding day (they were lucky enough to have two weddings due to COVID) was purely magical. From the fall of fresh powdery snow to the white backgrounds, the brave wedding party freezing their toes and fingers off to get the most gorgeous images, to the love between husband and wife. It was truly a magical day.
If you have never been to The Litte Log House, I highly suggest taking a drive through the fun and quirky venue. It is a little town in the middle of the country with everything from a saloon, jail, billboards, to even its own drive-in theatre. The old western town has the most beautiful ceremony site adorned with a limestone fireplace to keep you warm even on the coldest of nights.
Allie and Matt couldn’t have asked for a more perfect Minnesota Winter Wedding Day. It was absolutely beautiful.
After dancing the night away with their family and friends, they have an epic sparkler exit in the middle of a snowstorm. Making it the perfect way to end their Minnesota winter wedding day
And now, the photos.
Photographer: Andi Jo Photography
Venue: Little Log House
Florals: Haute House Studio
Dress: Luxe Bridal
Videographer: Voyageur Motion Picture
Cake: Muddy Paws Cheesecake
Hair/Makeup: Angela Kemp and Suzanne Thompson
DJ: Instant Request
November 14, 2022
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