Create an Account
Alfa Flower & Wedding Shop and the Atrium's gorgeous rooftop garden made Sang and Megan’s Shorewood wedding one to remember.
Brian and Jennifer did their "I do's" their way — at their home in Hartland, Wisconsin! They turned to Brookfield Party Rental to turn their backyard into a dream wedding.
Jeremy and Karissa hosted their lake country wedding at the Golden Mast Inn on Okauchee Lake to make their wedding dreams come true.
Molly and Mitch planned a July wedding at the newly-renovated War Memorial Center in downtown Milwaukee, with its breathtaking views of Lake Michigan.
From a horse-drawn carriage ride to a Christmas tree guest book, Max and Cassie's January wedding was a fairytale dream come true.
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...
For their winter wedding, Kimmie and Patrick transformed the Pritzlaff into a space lush with greenery and pops of gorgeous color to brighten up a snowy day in January.
From a reception on Lake Michigan to cheese curds and cheesecake to a custom Miller Lite sign, a wedding doesn't get much more "Milwaukee" than this one!
With a venue as stunning at The Black Swan, Jenna and Herman knew they didn’t need much in the way of décor — just, as Jenna calls it, “greenery everywhere!”
From delicious food and drinks to a gorgeous industrial-chic backdrop in downtown Milwaukee, Kylli and Jason can't say enough great things about their romantic wedding reception at the Rumble Room at the Harley-Davidson Museum.
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."