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Two Somebodies Loved. | Milwaukee Wedding Photographer.

Nights when the heat had gone out
We danced together alone
Cold turned our breath into clouds
We never said what we were dreaming of
But you turned me into somebody loved
- The Weepies

It was SOOO hard to narrow this wedding down to a just few for the sneak peek. Alise and Paul were a photographer's dream: great style, up for anything, and super-excited about their day!

Plus, MAJOR points for the use of The Weepies as their entrance song. LOVED it!

Anywhoo, we started the day with snow...but not to worry, because that was followed up by wind and biting cold. First day of Spring? I think not. But, it didn't phase Miss Alise one bit. While I wussed it out with gloves, a coat, and a scarf...Alise acted as if it were 90 degrees out. The cold didn't show on her face at all, she rocked it out through several locations. Paul...well....he put forth a REALLY good effort at looking warm...but I think Alise had him beat in that respect!

The ceremony was held at the beautiful St. John Vianney church in Brookfield. From there we hit up the Calatrava, some of Lake Park, and the beachfront. The reception was held at the Astor Hotel, which is fast becoming one of my favorite spots. Not only are they SUPER nice and accomodating, but the inside is just vintage loveliness. AND they have really good dinner rolls.

The party was highlighted by a perfomance by the band Guilty (featuring Paul's brother on guitar) and a rousing toast by the bride's family called Sto Lat (which I found out...thank you Google...means "100 Years"). It was a great day, despite the unseasonably cold weather, and I had a great time capturing it for them.

Have a great time on your honeymoon! Enjoy the sneak peek!

The first kiss was a family affair (Hi Chase!)

Brides, take note: Cathedral veils rock my socks off. LOOK at this. If it's going to be windy, you may as well use it!

Chase was elusive nearly the entire day, but I did manage to wrangle him into helping me out with a ring shot

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