When photographer Heather Cook Elliott sent us this wedding, we couldn’t wait to feature it – a Vintage Rolls Royce? Swoon! Hear from Heather herself:
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.
Rarely seen and oh-so-bridal lily of the valley met with seeded eucalyptus and ranunculus to create delicate and delightful florals while peppy socks on all the guys played nicely with Laura’s dad’s tartan. Real bowties, a bagpiper, perfect weather, old friends, a tiny giddy flower girl and so much love – it really couldn’t have been any more perfect, any more Laura & Dan.
Venue: Pier Wisconsin with Bartolotta; Bride’s dress: Robert Bullock via Miss Ruby; Bride’s shoes: Nina; Bride’s belt: Jaxie Bridal “Laura” bridal sash; Bagpiper: Rob McWilliam; Church: Immanuel Presbyterian Church; Bride’s Hair and Make-Up: Marietta’s Hair Design, Kenosha, WI; Invites, place cards and guest book: Paper Source; Bride’s earrings: vintage, borrowed from a friend; Bridesmaid’s earring and clutches: The Limited; Bridesmaid dresses: David’s Bridal; Suits, bowties and socks: Men’s Wearhouse; Vintage Rolls Royce: Classic Wedding Car of Chicago; Florals: Esther Fleming / Impressions by Esther; Cake: Le Cakery; Uplighting and DJ: Sound by Design; Place card “screens”: Esther Fleming / Impressions by Esther; Linens: BBJ Linens; Chairs: Canopies.