Chris and Liz had the most BEAUTIFUL northern Wisconsin autumn wedding. Surrounded by an intimate gathering of friends and family to celebrate their special day. The colors were peaking and the rain held off until the very end of dinner. What a magical day their wedding was.
They were supposed to get married in Madison, but due to Covid-19 their original venue couldn't host their wedding anymore. So they had to completely plan a whole new wedding. Can you even imagine? Planning 2 weddings?? Within a few months, friends and family came together to support this sweet couple. And I think everything came together so perfectly. From the bride's brother opening up his restaurant to host the reception to friends providing their gorgeous waterfront backyard for the ceremony. This sure was a community affair!
And it was the best day ever!
I'm so glad I could be a part of Chris and Liz's wedding day. It became a bit of a little reunion since I went to high school with Liz. It was so wonderful to see old classmates and meet their little ones. And I'm so glad Liz met such an awesome guy as Chris. They compliment each other so well and I'm so excited for their new adventure together.
Thank you to all the vendors who helped make Chris + Liz's
northern Wisconsin wedding such a special day to celebrate!
Gown: Vera's House of Bridals
Florist: Daffodil Parker, Sullivan's Flowerland
Bridesmaids Attire: Vera's House of Bridals
Reception + Catering: The Bear Trap Inn
Love the personalized tanks Liz got for all her ladies
Obsessed with Chris's lobster socks!
Sleepy flower girl didn't quite make it down the aisle ;)
Watching her daughter be a flower girl - such a sweet moment to capture!
Here comes the bride!
I love Chris's first look at his bride
First kiss as husband and wife!!
So much love from family and friends
Such a fun wedding party!
Chris surprised Liz with a letter
Such gorgeous bouquets!
The sweetest couple!
Everything was so beautiful!
Such a fun guestbook
Introducing the Mr and Mrs for the first time
There was so much laughing and celebrating during dinner
Sweet speeches and toasts from the best man, maid of honor, and bride's brother
Their sweet pup even made a little appearance!
It started pouring rain outside, so dances had to be moved indoors.