WOW…What a wedding! We had so much fun with this unconventional couple. Erin and Paul designed a wedding that never ceased to amaze us throughout the day. The ceremony that united the bride and groom was symbolized with earth being added to a small fir tree and Erin and Paul watered it to show their unity from that point forward. Just like that small tree, their love will continue to grow.
The location for the reception was beautiful, the Grand Geneva Hotel and Spa, what a place. We enjoyed being with their friends and photographing around the grounds of the Hotel.
Paul revealed a few of his musical talents later in the evening, thrilling his guests with song and music directed to his new bride. The Deuces Wild Dueling Pianos could not have been better. What a treat to have entertainment in the form of comedy, audience interaction, and rocking music. Everyone was on the dance floor bustin’ a move, and literally rolling on the floor.
We cannot thank Erin, Paul, and their families enough for letting us be a part of their wedding celebration, it was one for the record books and will not be forgotten, ever! Our only regret is that we don’t live closer so we could continue to offer our services when this couple starts a family… BTW, we do travel you two… 🙂
We only wish we could have found an even longer version of the first dance song to show more of the images from the day, so see a slide show of the days events here.
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Reyce is one year old, and she is not your usual piano pounder.. she actually touches the keys as though playing in concert. You know some day this pianist in the “nude ” will appear at a wedding or special function. She is the cutest, most even tempered baby, and is pretty just like her mommy. With mommy’s good looks and daddy’s talent, Reyce will dazzle the world.
These two genuine, beautiful, people are supported by wonderful families, and friends, as evidenced yesterday when they became husband and wife. The wedding will be long remembered as a great event in the Green Bay area. Erin and Ryan met at university, only to find that their lives had been so close as they became who they are. Both of them grew up in small towns near Green Bay. They were both affiliated with St. James church, where they were wed. Their backgrounds added to the strength of their relationship.
We felt very honored to be a part of their wedding day. Erin and Ryan are more than clients to us, they’re more like family. Our love and thanks goes out to you both.
See a slide show of the days events here.
To say that yesterday was blustery would be an understatement… No matter, as the love between these two gave shelter from the wind. We loved working with Val & Johnny. They’ve been one of the most mellow, and sweetest couples we’ve had the pleasure to photograph. We love you guys, and have fun in the sun of Jamaica mon!
See a slide show of the days events here…