It has been too long since I did update this blog... So many sessions to post! Let's start with Chicago :)
An engagement photo in Chicago.
Thank you as I really wanted to venture in the Wind City in an Automn afternoon to take pictures. The park, the beach, a restaurant, and an amazing view of the lights of the city of Chicago.
It was raining and cold, but the picture of Kristen dancing on the bridge was worth it!
I can not wait to be your wedding photographer :)
Here is the pictures of an amazing photoshoot, and the making of this fun photoshoot.
We came up with an editorial photoshoot on The Great Gatsby. What could be better than the roaring 20's?
With trying to stay true to this absolutely glamorous time, we kept a mordern concept for the elegant bride of today.
With this in mind, we were able to work with the most amazing wedding vendors of Milwaukee.
I really have to say a big shout-out thank you to all of them.
Hair design: Erik Of Norway
Manicure: Polished Nail Bar
Rentals: Relics Vintage Rentals
Wedding gowns: Gigi of Mequon
Suits: Men's Wearhouse of Mequon
Flowers: A Floral Affair
Bakery: Delicately Delicious
Jewelery: Rohr Jewelers
Cinematography: Tres Jolie Photo
Photography: Tres Jolie Photo
Here is a behind the scene video made by Antje, cinematographer from Tres Jolie Photo. This is a peek of the fun day we had !
And because Art needs to be on paper, I will soon blog about The great Gatsby edition on paper...
Enjoy your day and be gorgeous !
The wedding of Dana and Henry was magnificent. Gorgeous couple, amazing venue.
Here is their wedding day story in pictures.
Dress: Vera Wang
Bridesmaid dresses: David's Bridal
|Suit: Men's warehouse||
|Flowers: Fresh design||
Live Music: Platinum Band
Ceremony live music: Milwaukee String Quartet
Hair and Make-up: Dicarlo Salon
Transport: Magical Nights Limo
Videographer: One Fine Day
Wedding Planner: Cherry Blossom Events
Chocolates Favors: Gail Ambrosius
Getting Ready: Hilton Hotel Milwaukee
Reception: The Turner Hall
Ceremony: The Turner Hall
Dana and Henry did get ready at the Hilton Hotel in Milwaukee.
While the groom... lost his bow tie (sorry I had to say it ;) )
The first look took place at The Turner Hall in Milwaukee.
Amazing picture of a gorgeous couple
Makes me feel very funny ;)
The ceremony at the Turner Hall
Beautiful details for the reception
I love this tender moment captured :)
Here is the gorgeous wedding day of a very fun and amazing couple.
|DRESS||Gigi's of Mequon|
|BRIDESMAID DRESSES||Gigi's of Mequon|
|FLOWERS||Impressions by Esther|
|CAKE||Brookfield Wedding Cakes|
|DJ||Sound By Design|
|WEDDING PLANNER||Evenement planning|
Their reception took place of the most amazing place in Milwaukee: The Grain Exchange....
Definitly my new favorite place !
Here is the beautiful wedding of Dan and Eva in pictures :)
I will add here all the vendors very soon :)
Come back for more :)
A lot of fun, delicious food, happiness and good music :)
Thank you for letting me be part of this special day !!!
The groom getting ready :)
The cuttest pictures ever :)
The beautiful bride, Eva, getting ready.
The Ceremony took place in the amazing St. Anthony's Catholic Church
Beautiful reception and cocktail hour.
The caterer was the amazingly delicious Shully's :)
One of the best bridesmaid picture :)
I love this one :)
Yes, I LOVE taking ring pictures. So here are Eva and Dan rings. In many places :)
The live group was MWO Orchestra ... amazing !
Cake picture :)
The contest results from the Summer ISPWP 2014 are in.
I am very honored to have 3 images rewarded in this wedding photography contest for summer 2014.
Thank you to the wedding photographers judges who voted for my images.
Thank you to my wedding couples to hire me to get those incredible images :)
This beautiful wedding did start the day at the Iron Horse Hotel downtown Milwaukee.
The Ceremony and the Reception were held at the gorgeous Pritzlaff
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