When considering where to take your engagement photos, first look, or where to stop your party bus on your wedding day for some photo ops, think ultimately about the final photo results and what style suits you best.
While these styles can be quite opposite, we feel brick creates both urban and rural vibes complimenting a city chic or rustic theme.
Alleyways, industrial areas, and a barren town make for a trendy backdrop that may be filled with memories of you traveling through the area many, many times before.
Trees or Greenery:
A large grouping of trees or greenery can be one of the most timeless and easy to find backgrounds.
Clear blue skies or dramatic clouds give a grand, yet dreamy, backdrop.
Beach or Water:
We’re not completely landlocked, so take advantage of the gorgeous imagery and reflections a lake provide
Which classic scenery represents you best and is a must-have at your wedding? Maybe you’d enjoy a mix of two or something entirely unique!? Let us know what you’re looking for in your event profile and let us guide you into the right direction!
Hello! First off let’s get to know each other. I’m Evan Gentry and I work for Complete Weddings + Events Sioux Falls. Years ago I was a college student looking for a fun part time job and I discovered that here at Complete. I remember when I first met Sarah, one of the owners. She was just a delight and it’s very possible that you have spoken to her at some point. SO, you know how awesome she is. I was hired on as a DJ in 2015 and quickly fell in love with it! Who would’ve guessed….a guy who loves weddings ;). Anyways, due to my schedule, I would DJ weddings over the summer, as many as I could. I loved the brides and grooms, the food, the parties, but most importantly the cake! I enjoyed being a part of such a fun group of people. It made me seem like I was getting paid to party.
As the company grew here in Sioux Falls, Sarah brought on her husband Chad. Chad brought a fresh perspective to the company and helped us in the field with the operations of it all. Making sure we had all of the necessary equipment and tools for each and every wedding we were to be apart of. This made the summer of 2017 go by in breeze! With having Sarah and Chad working around the clock, we were able to get together more often as a company do more social events to help build the team.
Although the 2017 wedding season was filled with so many great memories and experiences, I was starting lose my passion for DJing, almost like I was getting burnt out. After much contemplation and debating on where to go with my life and how I wanted to pave the path for my career. It came down to a road trip with Chad to help out our Fargo branch. On this long drive, Chad and I got on the topic of the future of Complete Weddings + Events Sioux Falls. He brought up the idea of bringing on a marketing person to help them share memories and keep the company flowing. Naturally I was excited by this because I studied marketing in school.
That was it, that was the spark I needed. I love Sarah and Chad like family. The wedding industry had become something I really enjoyed being around. So with a little push on my end, they brought me on part time as a marketing manager. I get the pleasure of working with vendors, running social media, working with the team on the nights of events, and so much more! I am excited for this journey! Anyways, I hope you all have a great 2018 wedding season!
Fur coats, shawls, berry accents, and New Year’s Eve celebrations. We may still have some cold days ahead, but we wanted to share a few snaps our photographers captured from the winter season that we can’t get enough of!