Hi! We're Luke and Halle, a husband and wife photography team based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. We started Lulle Photo in 2016 as a way to capture the happiest moments of people's lives. Our specialty is weddings and elopements, but we offer photography and videography services to clients of all kinds.

What makes us unique is our focus on storytelling. We believe that every photo or video should tell a story, and we work hard to capture those special moments that will be remembered for a lifetime. Our mission is to help people capture their most beautiful memories and share them with the world. And our vision is to build a community of photographers and filmmakers who are dedicated to telling stories that matter.

Minnesota wedding photography and videography team

Meet the faces behind the camera

Weddings captured in
Minneapolis, Duluth, and beyond

Minnesota Wedding photography portfolio

Our Photography style

If you are looking for a Minnesota wedding photographer who is going to capture candid, timeless, and creative photos for you and your partner - we are your people. Your wedding photos are one of the biggest things you will look back on when you remember your day. We have a style that is a good balance between candids and posed photos. Yes, we will get those perfect instagram-worthy photos for you. We will also capture the little in-between moments. The little flirts, the occasional tear, and the many laughs. Those are the moments you won't want to forget.

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Our Approach

Your wedding day should be a day you always look back on and remember the way you felt. The little details, those belly-laughing moments, and the commitment you and your partner make to one another. Having photographed over 100 weddings in Minnesota, we are not only going to take amazing photos of you but we are going to be your support throughout the process. We have so many connections with Minnesota wedding planners and vendors and are able to help get you more connected. 

We have worked with Lulle Photo for our wedding, maternity photos and family photos now. Every experience with Luke and Halle has been incredibly wonderful! They make you feel comfortable and work great together to get the perfect shots! They are a fun and creative couple to work with and always went above and beyond for all our shoots.

- Anna B.

Every experience with Luke and Halle has been incredible

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Getting Married in Minnesota - A complete wedding guide

Minnesota is an amazing place to get married for a number of reasons. First of all, Minnesota has a lot to offer in terms of scenery. Whether you're looking for a beautiful lake setting, a picturesque forest, or an urban vibe in one of the downtown locations, Minnesota has it all. Minnesota is also home to a number of great wedding venues, from rustic barns to elegant ballrooms. As a husband and wife photography team that has shot over 100 weddings in Minnesota, we can attest to the fact that getting married in the land of 10,000 lakes can be truly special. If you're looking for a place to have an unforgettable wedding, Minnesota has so much to offer! 

In this Minnesota WEdding guide, we will cover:

  • How to plan a wedding in Minnesota
  • Best wedding venues in Minnesota
  • When is the best time to get married in Minnesota?
  • Where to have your engagement session in Minnesota

  1. Start dreaming about the type of wedding you want to have. When do you want to get married, what type of vibe do you want to have? Do you want to get married in the Minnesota winter? Are you envisioning a summer wedding? Consider the season and general location for where you want to get married and start narrowing down what your vision is for the day.
  2. Start researching and touring wedding venues. Minnesota is a great state to get married in because there is so much variety in venues and locations to get married. Do you want to get  married at a barn venue such as Ivory North? Are you considering eloping on the North Shore in Duluth? The possibilities are endless and so once you set your date and officially book your venue, the rest of the planning can start happening!
  3. Book your photographer! As wedding photographers, we can attest that booking your photographer is really important to do well in advance. We tend to book anywhere from 6-18 months in advance and have limited availability, especially during busy season. The sooner you can nail down your photographer the better! Minnesota has so many talented photographers and so you have lots of options, but we book up fast!
  4. Hire your wedding planner. Trust us when we say hiring a wedding planner will be the best thing you do early on. Hiring a local Minnesota wedding planner will help you get the best vendors and provide an incredible experience. We have some amazing recommendations if you're not sure who to hire to help you plan your wedding in Minnesota. 
  5. Choose your other big vendors. Catering, florist, and all the other big vendors are important to nail down early on when planning your wedding because they also book well in advance.
  6. Plan your timeline and wedding details. Working with your planner and photographer on these items will be key to help bring to life the vision you are having. It's so important to include your planner and photographer to ensure that the there is enough time for everything and also they can help bring perspective and ideas to the table that maybe you didn't think of originally. It's a team effort and working together on this will help ensure things go smoothly.
  7. Apply for your marriage license. In order to apply for a marriage license, you will need to do it in the Minnesota County you are getting married in. The application process is pretty seamless and costs anywhere from $100 to $300 depending on the county. 

How to plan a wedding in Minnesota

If you're in the beginning states of planning your wedding, chances are you are engaged or about to be! Here is a little wedding planning checklist to help you plan your wedding here in Minnesota!

Best wedding venues in Minneosta

Minnesota offers a wide variety of types of wedding venues to get married at. Rustic barns, modern mansions, and stunning unique wedding venues are located all across Minnesota. We have photographed at so many wedding venues over the years. Here are some of our favorite Minnesota wedding venues:

  • Ivory North in Mora, MN
  • Bavaria Downs in Chaska, MN
  • Pinewood in Cambridge, MN
  • Nicollet Island Pavilion in Minneapolis, MN
  • Clyde Iron Works in Duluth, MN

For more even more recommendations:

  • Best wedding venues and vendors in Minnesota

When is the best time of year 
to get married in Minnesota?

Minnesota is a beautiful state with diverse scenery. It's no wonder that so many couples choose to get married here! Each season has its own unique set of pros and cons when it comes to getting married.

Minnesota Spring Weddings

Minnesota Summer weddings

Minnesota Fall weddings

Minnesota winter weddings

Spring is a popular time to get married in Minnesota. The weather is starting to warm up and the flowers are in bloom. If you're considering getting married in the Spring, just remember that the Spring can also be a very unpredictable time of year weather-wise. You never know when you might get hit with a snowstorm!

Summer is the most popular time to get married in Minnesota. The weather is warm and sunny, and there are a variety of outdoor venues to choose from. If you are planning on getting married in the Summer, make sure you look into venues that offer air conditioning. Also, it still can rain in the summer so having indoor and outdoor options is good to consider just in case!

Fall is a beautiful time to get married in Minnesota. The leaves are changing color and the air is crisp. However, Fall can also be a very busy time of year, so it may be difficult to find a venue or vendors that are available.

Winter is a unique time to get married in Minnesota. You can have a winter wonderland wedding complete with snow and ice sculptures. However, Winter can also be very cold and unpredictable weather-wise. Make sure you are prepared for the possibility of a blizzard on your wedding day!