Duluth Malting Building Wedding: K+A’s Incredible Day

Bride and groom dancing in a black and white photo at their Duluth Malting Building Wedding

I love when a story comes full circle. Kimmy and Adam met as student leaders at the University of Minnesota Duluth. A few years later, I enter the picture. (Well not really, but I learned who Kimmy was, she had no idea I existed!) Let me explain: I was an editor on our student paper and Kimmy was our student association president. Years later, I get an email from Kimmy saying she’s looking for a wedding photographer. Anyways, long story short, I got to photograph this incredible love story that started in good ol’ Duluth. Keep scrolling to see these two take their first steps as husband and wife in Duluth at their Malting Building wedding.

A Personal Connection to Duluth

This wedding more than any other had me so insanely excited for my own wedding day. Duluth, as you may know, is also where I met my fiance. Not at a student leadership event or even in a class we had together, but in the gross Woodland Ave basement of my college house. It’s a much less inspiring story, I know! But it’s ours and it’s also turning into a wedding in Duluth for us next summer. Kimmy and Adam’s day was just one year, one month and three days before it’s my turn down the aisle. It gave me a little extra push to work harder to capture this day exactly as it was for the happy couple.

I truly could not be more grateful for these two and their trust in me. I loved their Duluth Malting Building wedding so much and wish we could relive this day over and over again. But I guess that’s what I was there for, right? Relive it with us. Here are some of my favorite photos from their day in Duluth.

If you’re planning a wedding at the Malting Building, Clyde or anywhere in Duluth, I’d love to capture it for you! If you think Kimmy and Adam’s day was as gorgeous as I do and want a photographer who can give you a gallery just like this, please reach out and let’s see if we’re a good fit!

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