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Cory and Molly had their wedding just as Covid precautions started to ease up a bit in May of 2021. The result? A party of epic proportions, complete with 350+ people who were ready to dance!
Josh and Madeline's wedding day began with an outdoor ceremony at The Bog and ended with a live band and packed dance floor.
From fireworks to a homemade flower arch to champagne to start the evening, Adam and Arielle's was a thoroughly glamorous wedding—"like something you'd see in a movie!"
Jordan and Alix got engaged on the coldest day in 2021—and were married just two months later! How did they do it? With a little help from Premier Bride magazine.
JoJo and Kaitlyn made the most of their postponed wedding, which turned into a perfect, surprise-filled day at Fête of Wales.
Ronnie and Stephanie’s downtown wedding moved to Lake Country's Delafield Hotel for a glamorous, unforgettable event.
Nate and Ally’s tropic-inspired wedding made for a wonderful and whimsical evening in Walker’s Point.
After postponing their March plans due to the pandemic, Brayden and Ryanne's June wedding became a true celebration of family, friends, and the patience of love.
Lake Geneva bride Becky coordinates weddings at Hawk’s View Golf Club, which is where she and her now-husband Brian said “I do.” Becky had always dreamed of getting married in front of the fireplace at Hawk’s View—and in March of 2020, that dream came true!
Cherish and Matt’s backyard wedding in Menomonee Falls took place in a time of pandemic, but you’d never know it! Keeping things intimate and meaningful means a small wedding at home can pack a big punch.
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."
Mike loved tearing up the dance floor, and Sarah's loved the food and speeches. The bride and groom both agree: "We wouldn't change a thing about our day."