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On a snowy April day, college sweethearts Kenny and Paige said “I do” with an elegant, romantic wedding at the Historic Courthouse 1893.
On a sunny 100-degree day, Maggie and Craig said "I do" along the shores of Okauchee Lake — the same spot where they first met three years earlier.
Jeffrey from Waukesha and Allison from Dallas met the new-fashioned way: online. Allison is a flight attendant, and Jeffrey planned to propose after she had just gotten back from traveling for work for six days. “I was ready for a nice day at the lake, which we’d planned earlier,” Allison says. When she got home...
Lindsey and Jake believe in making your wedding day your own. From forgoing the trendy first-look to opting for food truck waffles over wedding cake, this bride and groom created day filled with meaningful moments.
The Cupola Barn brought the perfect dash of rustic flair to Sarah and Wes' timeless, elegant, Lake Country wedding.
These days, you don't hear of many brides wearing their mother's wedding dress. But Karissa? Her dress was worn by both her mother and grandmother!
A 90-degree day in May, sand spilled everywhere during the unity ceremony, an LED dance floor, and a surprise father-daughter dance — that's a taste of how Elizabeth and John said "I do."
When Rachel, a horse-loving lady, met Bryan, she found the right guy to ride with off into the sunset and ahead to a new life together as husband and wife.
Danny and Taylor planned their wedding around the theme of "A Small Love Story" — Small being their last name. Books were incorporated throughout the day, from bookmark save-the-dates to antique books as centerpieces to wedding party character bios in the church programs.
Sam and Alysia let The Hayloft Barn bring the rustic vibe to their wedding, while incorporating delicate touches of blush and rose gold to soften the scene.
In the overall planning, bride Anna says there wasn’t any one aspect she enjoyed better than the rest. “We had such a wonderful day, and our vendors made it a dream come true!”