If you’ve ever thought about getting married at the St. Paul Cathedral, I can tell you, it’s quite the experience. With it’s towering stone walls, ornate domed ceilings, stupidly tall wood-carved doors, and seating room for 3,000, the cathedral – one of Minnesota’s oldest – sets an impressive tone for any event. Kristen and Dustin chose to have their wedding ceremony in the main chapel, beneath natural light filtering in through the cathedral’s ancient skylights. The couple went the traditional route, and didn’t see each other before the ceremony. Being that it’s the middle of winter, this meant that all the bride and groom photos were taken after dark. We got some wonderful shots on a starlit skating rink, and some with a backdrop of Christmas light littered trees. The whole experience made for some fun and unique wedding photographs in St. Paul!