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It is always!!! so exciting to get a wedding album back from Italy. Love those books!!! This one came back quite a while ago, but I am finally posting images.

The wedding was set at the beautiful Berwood Hill In, bed & breakfast in Lanesboro. So far I have done two weddings there. Love it!

Here are some of my favorite spreads. Enjoy!

 

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I really wanted to add this slideshow from their amazing day at Berwood Hill Inn, between Preston and Lanesboro, MN.

Enjoy!

What a fun couple! What a sweet wedding! What a beautiful day! I truly feel honored to have been a part of this very special day for Natasha and Joey! Everyone were so nice, friendly and helpful. We got the “show” (meaning group photography) on the road right on time. We even got done ahead of schedule! Everyone seemed truly happy. What a fun day to be me!!!

Congratulations you two…what a wonderful couple!

Here is a little taste of their day! Enjoy!

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Her bouquet was beautiful!

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The dress sparkled like someone had thrown diamonds at it during the ceremony…

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Simple and sweet shoes…

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The rings…

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Meeting for the first time on their wedding day…

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…and taking it all in…

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The morning was slightly overcast, which we took full advantage of…

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I was actually laying on my back to capture the couple and the whole church…

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Everyone…

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The vows…

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The ceremony…

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Mr. & Mrs.

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Congratulations!

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Let’s celebrate…

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…a quick stop in Houston…

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…me, on the floor, again…

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A quick stop by a cool mural in Caledonia…

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I couldn’t resist…I had to capture the two of them in the phonebooth…

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Walking along main street…

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…watching the sunset…

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…and finally, the first dance…

Amy and Tim have a wonderful connection to each other and their family. It was a fun Saturday and everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves. A little excitement when the ceremony was about to start…and no one came. It turned out that one of the groomsmen’s pants had split in the seams and a needle and thread was needed for him to be able to make it down the isle. Kathy, the organist, played a few extra songs and after a little wait the ceremony could begin. Here are a few shots from that day.

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