The wedding ceremony was held in rays of sunshine and Jayson’s eyes and smile light up the garden as he got his first look of his bride, Berklee, walking down the path towards him, arm in arm with her parents. After the very sweet wedding ceremony, the newlyweds greeted their guest right and then enjoyed their first cake cutting ceremony followed by their first dance as husband and wife. With Jayson’s fabulous dance moves and Berklee’s glowing smile, this marriage is sure to be led with much love, adoration, fun, laughter and adventure ahead of them.
Chance of rain? Yup, you betcha! One hundred percent, mixed in with humidity so thick you cut cut with a knife, in addition to thunder and lightening that would make your house shake. However, the inside the white tented rooftop deck at Silver Springs Country Club offered a light and airy ambience with white chairs and a rustic wooden gazebo alter set up for the wedding ceremony Brian & Jill had planned and dreamed about.
The Urban Dictionary defines the term BACHELORETTE as "...an unmarried woman, usually described an affianced woman having a night on the town with her friends soon before her wedding." And that is exactly how Miss Jenna Marie planned to spend her last "Girls Night Out" on the town before her June 2016 Wedding.
What’s in a smile? A simple curl of the lips. The beautiful bow in red, full, lusciousness can complete a man. Make him feel whole. What’s in a smile? A simple and quiet smile from the man that you love can make a woman feel safe and secure. Mark and Aubrey fell in love with just their first look at each other’s face. The beauty of a couple lies deep within their souls and it cannot be taken for granted. It’s looking into each other’s face and finding the home you have been searching for all your life that will make a man propose to the woman he loves. Congratulations Mark and Aubrey on your upcoming wedding in 2016. Your love is infectious and a beautiful sight to be around.
What do you call when a big, tough biker dude meets a hot and sassy lady? You get a couple who is silly and giggly, just like teenagers who can't keep their hands off each other. These two did not have a problem following directions like, "grab each other", "slowly kiss", and "look deep into each others eyes". The afternoon with Dave and Kari was so much fun and I can't wait until their wedding in 2016! Enjoy your sneak peaks...
Joel and Heather met. They fell in love. They got engaged. Less than a year later, these two young and beautiful souls were married in the presence of their beloved family, friends and in the sight of the Lord. Heather wore an absolutely gorgeous vintage-looking fitted wedding dress and veil. Classic and retro was the theme. The two were married in downtown Milwaukee. The ceremony took place at the historic Brew City Church with the reception at the historic Hotel Metro. The morning started out with a little bit of rain, which we all know is good luck, but the day turned out to be a beautiful, cool, crisp, windy Fall day. Joel and Heather share a deep love for the Lord and now each other. It was truly an honor to capture their wedding day celebration. Congratulations Joel & Heather.
So excited! Stay tune for wedding pictures to come...
Jamie & Joe have one of those quintessential love stories. Friends and acquaintances set them up. He saw her, she saw him and Wham! Instantly, they fell in love. They bought a house, got engaged, four months later, we are having a wedding. The bridal party's bouquets and boutonnieres were handmade from the bride's own gorgeous and bountiful flower gardens. Besides her gorgeous dress, the bride wore an ID bracelet with the bride and groom's initials on it. The wedding bus captured the wedding party and led them to Grant Park for portraits on the beach. It was clear blue skies, warm and a beautiful day for portraits. The wedding reception was held at Jamie & Joe's backyard decorated with white tents, twinkl-ie lights, mason jar and rope chandeliers, garden flowers in tall glass jars, handmade pompom tied together with rope, a dessert table to make Martha Stewart jealous, chicken coops, homemade man-garage bar, chalkboard signs and delicate, sweet touches of decor and thoughtfulness for their wedding guest. Jamie & Joe's wedding day perfectly reflected this couple's style. Some adjective's I would use to describe them is comfortable and relaxed with a palate of refinement and very "on the ball"on whatever they set their sights on doing. They are go-getters, very talented and skilled. Their life is filled with love for each other and with five bridesmaids, five groomsmen, two ushers, three flower girls, two ring bearers and a load of other other friends and family members, this couple will never run out of love and support. Congratulations Jamie & Joe! It was one of the sweetest and memorable weddings I've been too! Enjoy your sneak peak from your Saturday's wedding.