Wisconsin Wedding Photography: Kelsey and Peter, a Green Bay Wedding

All brides take on a new level of beauty on their wedding day. Few are as fiercely radiant as Kelsey was in her stunning lace wedding dress with its illusion back and perfectly placed beading. For me, it was the train that stole the show and stole my heart. Long, flowing, and just kissing the ground as Kelsey walked, it was a dream to photograph. And let us not forget the handsome groom, the other half of this fantastic couple. Peter could not stop smiling or looking at his new wife. Craft beer in hand at Titletown Brewing Company, with his dapper suit and tie, he was relaxed and sophisticated. 

This wedding was filled with the things that mean the most to Kelsey and Peter: family and friends, Titletown Brewing Company, and the Green Bay Packers. The bridal party made a few stops between the ceremony and reception at two very meaningful spots for the couple. At Lambeau Field, the bridal party "leapt" with joy for the newly weds and faced off at the spot where Peter proposed on game day. Then, it was off to the Titletown Brewing Company's rooftop taproom for some carefully crafted brews and a bit of alone time at the place where Kelsey and Peter worked together for so long.

When the bridal party arrived at 1951 West for the reception, the guests were in full celebration mode and welcomed Kelsey and Peter with an outpouring of love. Kelsey's father spoke so fondly of his daughter and new son-in-law, it was incredibly touching and inspiring. The best man, Peter's brother, put the groom on the spot by recalling a tradition he came across in his travels and demanding that Peter repropose to Kelsey right there, in front of EVERYONE. Peter gave it a valiant effort and had all the girls swooning and smiling. Kelsey's smile was a little bigger for the remainder of the evening. The happy couple floated and swayed on the dance floor for their first dance, and now the rest is history. 

Kelsey and Peter, I can't thank you enough for the honor of being a part of your wedding journey. I can't believe that a simple lunch with a mutual friend at Titletown lead to me leaving my business card with Peter, and that brought us together. I am so thankful to have been at the right place at the right time, and even more blessed that the two of you saw something in KLEM Studios that matched your vision. All the best to the both of you, and I hope to continue bumping into you at our favorite craft beer spots around Green Bay!

Much love and appreciation,

A huge thank you to the other incredible vendors that made this beautiful wedding complete:
Ceremony: Pilgrim Lutheran Church
Reception: 1951
Hair and Makeup: Mint Salon