Andy & Kate – Sauk Rapids Wedding Photographer

Now that Kate & Andy are back from their honeymoon, I can finally share all of the fun we had on their big day!  Even though it was a little bit chilly out– Kate had found a beautiful farm place to take photos at.  Not once did I ever hear them complain about being cold or anything, her & Andy were such troopers!  Believe me when I say, it paid off– I am so in love with so many of their photos, I had a hard time choosing which ones to share with you!

Kate got ready at her parents house, which was fun because I photographed Kate’s sister’s wedding as well, so I knew where the good lighting was as soon as I arrived!  After everyone was already, it was time to go and see Andy.  It’s been a tradition for Kate’s parents to bring each one of their 3 daughters, to meet their groom in Kate’s dad’s Camaro. Kate being the last Posch girl to get married, it was no different, except that I got to ride along!  Yes, all 9 months pregnant of me fit into the backseat of the car- it was a fun start to the day!

Kate had an idea in her mind of how she wanted the first look to go, she wanted to incorporate some round bales.  After Jason & I planned out which direction & lighting would be best, we got both of them set up, and it ended up being just priceless!  I loved the look on Kate’s face right before they turned around to see each other, and Andy’s face when he saw Kate was so sweet!

Ceremony was at Sacred Heart Church in Sauk Rapids, and then for the reception we headed to the Gorecki Center on the College of St. Ben’s campus in St. Joseph. I have never photographed here, so I was super excited to see what it looked like! I loved that Kate & Andy chose to have social hour in one area, and then opened the doors to the reception area once they arrived.  It gave us tons of time to photograph all their untouched table details & decor without guests being in the background!

Take a look at all the wonderful photos we got from the day– wasn’t it such a perfect day for a fall wedding?!

 

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