Mr. + Mrs. Robbins // Grand Forks, ND Wedding Photographer

Wedding season is in full swing and I am so happy that I had the pleasure of capturing this beautiful couple! After capturing their engagement photos last fall, it was so exciting to see this couple tie the knot. Bailey and Brady were married this past Saturday at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Grand Forks, ND with a reception to follow at the Alerus Center. I had such a hard time narrowing down my favorites from this wedding, so of course I had to overshare.

I asked the two of them a few questions about their special day – here’s what they had to say:

1. What was your most memorable + favorite moment from your wedding day?

Our best moment from the wedding was celebrating with all our family and friends at the reception. We had the greatest time dancing and catching up with everyone.

2. What do you love most about Bailey/Brady?

Bailey: What I love most about Brady is that he has the best attitude. He’s always smiling and making me laugh. He’s dedicated to his studies and works hard. He’s friendly and nice to everyone he meets. Most importantly, he lets me be right – even when I might be wrong. I love brady, he’s my best friend.

Brady: It’s difficult to put into words how much I love bailey. She’s compassionate, respectful, fun, loving, and simply an all-around great person. She’s a hard worker, great listener, and motivates me each and every day to be the best person I can be. I’d be lost without her. She’s my best friend and I look forward to starting a family and spending the rest of my life with her.

3. What are you most excited for as husband & wife?

We are excited to start our family and give our pup Winnie a brother or sister to play with.

One things for sure, their children will have the most perfect teeth ever – they both have million dollar smiles! Congratulations Bailey & Brady!

Vendors:

Hair: Gwen at Studio South
Tuxes: Tip Top Tux
Dresses: Your Day By Nicole
Cake/Flowers: Hugos in East Grand Forks
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