This is just one of the many adventures that Jenn and Julian have all over the country.
Josh and Taylor are amazing at cuddling, laughing, smooching, and hand holding, but more important than their love for each other is the loyalty they share to their college roots ;)
You know it has been a great day when everyone is happy, muddy, and ready to dance into the night.
The wedding was topped with a live band, mini tacos, dinner by D'Amico under a white tent, and a late night Food Truck...it was destined for greatness.
What a great year at One:One. Can't wait to attend all these weddings and more in 2015!
Jacob's wish was to meet Reagan on their wedding day at (where else?) the airport. Prepare for one of the best "first looks" of all time.
Fall in Minnesota sure is something special, and when you combine it with a backyard ceremony, a Model A truck, and Grandma's goulash, it is nothing short of incredible.
Bridget and Jon made an apple pie in the middle of the Orchard, and it was fantastic. Can't wait for their wedding next year!!
We have a newfound love for the Polish culture, and can't wait to see these two again soon.
Jessy is the most creative and prepared bride I've ever worked with at a couple's session.
It was about 95° in the open sun of Des Moines, Iowa for Karly and Tony's wedding. The warmth didn't seem to bother the bride and groom.
Haley and Luke decided on games, lounging in a hammock, a DIY home project, and some ice cream to wrap it up!
As soon as we found out that Kirsten and Ed lived in New York City, we figured we would find a way to get to them for their engagement shoot.
Just the idea of Alex and Mary's wedding had us excited ever since their engagement photos up in Duluth.
Some say its a gutsy move to have a winter wedding. Emily and Joe proved once again that despite potential for cold, it is a worthwhile endeavor.
It's a little bit harder to share individual moments from the video side of One:One's creations (at least until our wedding reel update is complete...)