Hiring a wedding coordinator will be the BEST investment you make for your big day! When all is said and done, most people spend so much money and so many hours on planning their wedding day. So, why wouldn't you want to leave your day in the capable hands of a professional? Wedding coordinators are experts at multitasking, noticing the smallest of details, preventing problems, and seeing the overall big picture of how a wedding day will run.
If you are a bride to be, you have most likely begun searching for your dream dress. There are thousands of different styles and designs available today and you want to make sure to choose the silhouette that will make you look and feel your very best on your big day! Take a look through our guide to get an idea of what would work well for your body type!
Laura & Dan’s wedding day style was the epitome of classic elegance topped only by their seriously sweet personalities and fun-loving family. Their details were crisp, clean, a little sparkly and individually simple but as an aggregate experience it all felt so lush and lovely that I can’t stop thinking about it. They were married in the simple, bright nave of my new favorite Milwaukee church and whisked off in a white Rolls that I now want to photograph every Saturday.
Ballgown, fit and flare, a-line, tea length. There are so many wedding dress styles to choose from today, but lately we are into slimming things down with the up and coming popular silhouette- sheath! Us girls at Bucci’s Bridal have been swooning over some of the gorgeous sheath wedding dresses that have been making their way into the store.
Dessert tables are a growing wedding trend among many brides who are looking for something unique that represents their style and taste. Maybe you want to offer a spread of from-scratch desserts or maybe you’re just not a cake person. Here are 5 choices that will be sure to please all of your guests and at the same time create a beautiful (and tasty) display!
Sunset Playhouse in Elm Grove is a not-for-profit community theater organization, incorporated in 1954. It was the first theater in Wisconsin to be built entirely by a community theater group. Now, the intimate space is available for rent for small wedding ceremonies, bridal showers, and receptions. It will seat 90 people with tables and 125 people with just chairs.
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