Cathedral of Saint Paul Wedding Photography
Angela + Ryland had a beautiful early September Cathedral of Saint Paul wedding. That should stop you in your tracks right there, because this is one of the most stunning, jaw-dropping churches in the state! I could get lost inside photographing its splendor.
Their big day dawned absolutely perfect. They both prepped at different hotels so they would not accidentally run into each other before the big event. We met up on the front steps of the Cathedral itself to have their first look. They were so excited to see each other! And they appreciated their venue as well, and wanted their first look, as well as a giant post-ceremony guest photo, on the impressive front steps right below the amazing architecture.
Como Lakeside Pavilion Reception
After their ceremony and altar photos, we headed over to Como Park’s Lakeside Pavilion for Angela + Ryland’s reception. We started with photos outside near the beautiful waterfall and greenery. The reception room itself was set for dinner and dancing, and Angela had custom-painted all of the Norwegian decor featured throughout, including the table numbers and signage, as well as the traditional Norwegian kransekake gift box featured on the cake table. They were amazing! After dinner and toasts, Angela + Ryland had their first dance, and then danced the night away with their family and friends.
Angela + Ryland, thank you so much for working with me for your beautiful wedding photography! It was so wonderful working with you on your big day. I wish you both a lifetime of happiness!
If you are considering a Cathedral of Saint Paul or Como Lakeside Pavillion wedding, contact me soon!
BONUS: Be sure to check out Angela + Ryland’s Como Park engagement photography too!
Be sure to check out Angela + Ryland’s slideshow too!
Wedding Venue: Cathedral of Saint Paul
Reception Venue: Como Lakeside Pavilion
Wedding Rings: RF Moeller
Wedding Planner: Bride Support
Florist: Janrich Floral
Catering: Lancer Catering
Wedding Cake: Buttercream
DJ: Midwest Sound