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Wisconsin Wedding – Manda + Ben

5.26.19 – Oshkosh, WI Wedding

What was this WI bride’s wedding inspo?!

“Traditional elegance with a touch of modern.”

One of my favorite things about weddings is how different each one is.

Going into the big day, I don’t always know the in’s and out’s of my couples personalities… but it sure is fun to learn more about them by the way they interact with the people they’re close to.

Because I see so much of the day, I get to watch how they handle their nerves, joy and excitement!

Whether it’s a midwest wedding or an elopement in Mexico, by the end, I almost always walk away thinking how perfectly my couple’s weddings fit their personalities.

One of my goals, is to be able to showcase each couple’s uniqueness here.

That’s because our differences are what makes us beautiful.

Manda is sweet, bubbly and kind. It’s clear that Ben has a major soft spot beneath his tough guy exterior for this woman.

Their Fox Valley wedding got really real before the doors even opened to reveal Manda and her grandpa.

There were a few tear-filled eyes from that moment, all the way through to the reception.

It’s clear that these two love each other for exactly who they are and I’m so happy I was able to be a part of this special day.

Wisconsin Wedding Vendors:

Photographer – Breeanna Kay Photography, Church – Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church (St Mary’s Site), Reception Venue – Best Western Premiere Waterfront Hotel & Convention Center, Florist – The Master’s Touch Flower Studio, Dessert – Tamara the Cake Guru, Hair – Renee Michelle Salon, Dress Shop – The Bridal Event, Shoes – Badlgey Mischka, Jewelry – Gabriel & Co., Men’s Attire – Men’s Wearhouse, Paper Goods – Magnet Street

Click here to see another classy, sassy + fun Wisconsin wedding!

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