Posted on June 12, 2020
Jeff + Karli got married at Schlitz Audubon Nature Center on a day that threatened to storm at any moment. The beauty of Schlitz Audubon is that there is the most accommodating and lovely wrap around covered porch that plays host to rainy days such as theirs. We were able to beat the rain with a first look and gorgeously moody portraits prior to the ceremony. Family was truly the epicenter of Jeff + Karli’s big day as they eschewed traditional roles in favor of those who have known and loved them the longest. It is always such a privilege to see a family who loves, laughs, and dances the night away. Just take a look at the dance party that ended the evening, and no one danced harder than the bride and groom.
Posted on June 8, 2020
Ami and Geoff’s stunning Milwaukee wedding was full of style and grace. Their wedding ceremony took place at the majestic Basilica of Saint Josaphat, and I am convinced that there is not a more beautiful church to get married in (it’s nothing short of ah-mazing!). They had a getaway car Mercedes-Benz 560SL that took them straight to the Hoan Bridge for a photo-op, and maybe it’s a coincidence that the color matched the soles of their Louboutins…but somehow I don’t think so. To top it all off the historical architecture of the Milwaukee County Historical Society made for the perfect location for their showstopping reception. One of the best weddings hands down of 2018.
Floral design by The Avant Garden Florist
Wedding Planning by Blue Fancy Events
Hair and makeup by Juniper Spa &Body
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Posted on April 18, 2019
What could be more lovely than a rainy spring day at the Walker’s Point Anodyne Coffee Roasting Co? Quite frankly, not much. Savanah and Tyler’s entire wedding day was located in the heart of Milwaukee’s most exciting urban neighborhood of Walker’s Point. Rainy wedding days are grossly underrated, and while the percentage of rain this day was only 20% we happened to have the skies open upon us just after we started taking portraits. The fresh rain, the spring blossoms, and this incredibly fun couple made for some of my most favorite non-traditional wedding portraits.