Rush Creek Wedding Light Painting

Rush Creek Wedding Light Painting

We’ve got Ryan and Kayla’s Rush Creek wedding light painting all completed! This one is “extra” pretty as the whole Grand Staircase area was beautifully decorated for the holidays. Add to that the dozens of roses that florist extraordinaire, Shelli DeBilzan of Forever In Bloom added to the scene, and you have a truly stunning backdrop for a light painted wedding photo.

Here’s the “starting” image with our newlyweds in front of the Grand Staircase at Rush Creek Golf Club.

The starting image of the bride and groom before creating their pretty Rush Creek wedding light painting.

The “before” photograph of Ryan and Kayla at The Grand Staircase.

But before we talk more about their Rush Creek wedding light painting photo, let’s recap Ryan and Kayla’s awesome wedding day a little bit first.

Winter Wonderland Wedding

This was truly a magical wintertime wedding and wedding reception. The goofy rain and snow mixture a couple of days before transformed Rush Creek Golf Club into a beautiful winter wonderland of ice and snow. Yes, it was very cold outside, but not cold enough to not take advantage of the beautiful scenery.

A stunning winter wedding photograph taken shortly before the couples' Rush Creek wedding ceremony.

Ryan and Kayla in a stunning winter wonderland photograph!

What A Party!

Immediately following their pretty wedding ceremony at Rush Creek, was a beautiful wedding reception, dinner, and dance. What an amazing way to celebrate this cute couple “tying the knot”! It was during their wedding dance that we created their Rush Creek wedding light painting photo.

The bride and groom making their way through a sparkler send-off from their wedding party and friends at their Rush Creek wedding reception.

Ryan and Kayla receiving a “sparking” winter send-off from wedding party and friends.

Ryan & Kayla’s Light Painting

Creating light painted wedding photographs is always a challenge. The weather, timing, location, etc. are always major factors that come into play. It was no different for Ryan and Kayla’s light painting.

With sub-zero wind chills, outdoors was just not going to happen. The pretty visual centerpiece indoors at Rush Creek is obviously the Grand Staircase. It is also where wedding guests come and go all night long, and where Ryan and Kayla’s photobooth was set up too! It made for a pretty busy area to be light painting at for 45 minutes or so.

I’m not sure how we keep pulling these tough light painted wedding photographs off, but so far we’re batting 1.000!

So without further ado, here’s Ryan and Kayla’s completed Rush Creek light painted wedding photograph! Pretty cool isn’t it?

Light painted photograph of The Grand Staircase at Rush Creek Golf Club in Maple Grove, MN.

Ryan and Kayla’s pretty light painted photograph at The Grand Staircase at Rush Creek Golf Club.

Below is a short YouTube video that shows the steps that went into creating their pretty Rush Creek wedding light painting photograph. Please subscribe to our channel to see more of these fun videos, as well as other events that we photograph all year long. – M&J

“Rush Creek Wedding Light Painting” – © 2019 Michael Anderson Photography.


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