Green Bay Wedding Photography: Miranda and Adam


It's always such an honor when someone in your field recognizes your work and makes you feel valuable. Needless to say, I was flattered when Miranda and Adam reached out to me in hopes of having KLEM Studios capture their wedding day. Adam works in the industry and has lots of experience under his belt. I think this experience is part of what helped Miranda and Adam create a stunning wedding experience that completely reflected who they are.

These two lovebirds met online through the Tinder app after the both swiped right. They started messaging each other, and the rest was history. The way that these two look at each other, eyes so full of love and respect, it's incredibly endearing. Adam had soft tears of joy rolling down his face as he watched his beautiful bride walking down the aisle towards him. The ceremony Miranda and Adam crafted had their guests laughing and smiling the entire time. 

After a triumphant "I do!" sealed with a kiss, the bridal party headed downtown for some urban portraits. No trip downtown would have been complete without a stop to the Titletown Brewing Company rooftop bar for some photos and cocktails! Upon entering their reception venue at Green Bay Distillery, we saw that the room had been transformed into a blue sparkled fantasty. Softly draping linens, the glow of the candlelight, and the hum of friends and family talking filled the large space. Miranda and Adam's first dance was surrounded by the people they love most. They spent the rest of night laughing, mingling, and dancing, and being celebrated by their favorite people. Miranda and Adam, I wish you two a lifetime of happiness. Thank you so much for letting me be a part of your wedding journey.

Much love and appreciation,

A huge thank you to the awesome vendors that made this day possible:

Ceremony: Sepia Chapel
Reception: Green Bay Distillery
Tux: Men's Warehouse
Flowers: Etsy
Stationery: Delirament Designs
Officiant: Tim Sorbo
DJ: Elite Music
Cupcakes: Amanda Cupcake

WeddingsLauren Grier