Since we met in Madison, we wanted to get married nearby. A friend who has worked for the caterer we ended up using had told us that Hilltop, in Spring Green, WI, was the site of one of the most beautiful weddings she'd ever attended, so we went to take a look.
As an engaged couple, you are busy saving and planning for a wedding! It is okay to skip the romantic getaway or expensive dinner to simply enjoy each other's company by reminiscing on the past or creating traditions for the future.
Winters in Wisconsin sometimes get a bad rap, but they're incredibly beautiful and romantic. Softly falling snow, candlelight, and cooler temperatures are perfect for snuggling and saying, "I do". I wanted to create images that would inspire brides to consider a winter wedding and see that it's possible to have an incredible wedding experience by working with great vendors and choosing locations carefully. For the styled shoot, I envisioned candlelight, greenery, and pops of red and gold.
1. If your ceremony is early and reception involves dinner, host a lunch either at the ceremony site or at a home or restaurant near the ceremony. However, be very careful! You put a lot of time and money into planning your dinner, so you want your guests to feel satisfied but not full. Serving your own appetizers, rather than encouraging guests to grab lunch on the own, is the best way to do this!
Including a fur baby in your wedding day is becoming increasingly popular as more and more couples are viewing their pets as part of the family. What are the top ways to make your 4-legged friend forever a part of your wedding day?