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Michael Anderson Photography

Based In: Minneapolis, Minnesota

Other Locations: Chicago, Illinois l Waikoloa/Maui, Hawaii l Minnesota - St. Paul, Duluth, Rochester, Brainerd, Stillwater l Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin

Since 1986, professional photographers Michael and Joannie Anderson have been capturing life's special moments. Formerly known as Anderson's Designer Portraits; in 2012 they changed their studio's name to Michael Anderson Photography. Their…

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Minneapolis Wedding Photographers Based Elsewhere

Graddy Photography
Based In: Minneapolis/St. Paul
Other Locations: Mexico l Jamaica

International Award-Winning studio located in Minneapolis/St. Paul. What sets us apart in the industry is our ability to portray the emotions and events of your wedding day in an unscripted, unobtrusive manner. We feel our work is distinct,…

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Congratulations from the Minneapolis wedding photographers at Best of Wedding Photography! Whether you’re planning a lavish gala or a simple backyard affair, there are plenty of glorious options for every Twin Cities bride and groom. Nature-loving lovebirds who want to say “I do” outdoors probably want to schedule a late spring or summer wedding when the trees will be green and the flowers will be in bloom (and the arctic chill will have faded from the air). Check out the many beautiful Minnesota area parks, or consider Cowles Conservatory (part of the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden), or Boom Island – always popular spots for a outdoor weddings. Couples hoping to tie the knot in high style might consider the Landmark Center, the McNamara Alumni Center (at UM), or the Semple Mansion. Once you’ve figured out where and when you plan to exchange your vows, contact your Minneapolis wedding photographers to design your perfect engagement, wedding day and day-after photo sessions. You’ll want to pick places that really represent you and your beloved – which shouldn’t be too difficult in this beautiful area. If the weather cooperates, consider asking your Minnesota wedding photographer to capture you and your sweetie smooching on the Stone Arch Bridge, or on the Observation Deck at the Guthrie (where you’ll get some top-notch views of the cityscape). Then spend some time practicing your smiles at Loring Park near the Sculpture Garden. After that, stop on the hill near the Walker Art Center for some fantastic skyline shots – and maybe a picnic lunch! If you’re looking for something more serene for your engagement and wedding photos, why not check out the Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden and Bird Sanctuary, the beautiful beaches of Cedar Lake or Minnehaha Falls. If the weather is just too frigid for outdoor photos, consider some of Minnesota’s beautiful indoor spots like Edinborough Park (call for photography regulations) or COMO Zoo Conservatory (check website for photography restrictions). No mater which spots you choose, just be sure to enjoy every moment of your special day … and let your Minneapolis wedding photographers capture all the magic!

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