Wednesday, July 27 2016

We love a wedding that delivers on classic romance, and Jane and Nick's big day doesn't disappoint. From the attire to the decor, every detail of their event felt as if it were torn from the pages of love story. A palette of pinks and white came together in stunning ways when muted tones paired with pops of rich hues. The ladies wore blush gowns with a breezy ease to them, which complemented the brides soft, ruffled look perfectly. The guys did the same, wearing gray to offset the groom's black three-piece suit.

Monday, July 25 2016

When it comes to your wedding, it's all in the details. You've got the linens picked out and the flowers ordered, so now it's time to start thinking about the fun projects - the one's that come together to tell the story of your big day. When this DIY wedding swing was sent our way the Hallmark channel's Home & Family, we immediately fell in love.

Friday, July 22 2016

It was true blue beauty on Instagram this week. Come see the shared pics we selected as top five favorites. And don't forget to follow us at @wisconsinsbride for more wedding and bridal inspiration.

Christy Janeczko Photography

Wednesday, July 20 2016

Rob and Anna's wedding was reminiscent of a perfect summer day: roller coasters, ice cream, a brew pub party, live music, fireworks--no detail was overlooked. Neutral and pastel colors dotted the day, from the bridesmaids pink and teal shoes beneath beige lace dresses to the flower girls' in sweet pink. The bride looked lovely in her long lace gown, while the groom and groomsmen upped the swag factor in dapper tuxedos.

Tuesday, July 19 2016

Jenn Dobbe and Austin Heath hit it off from the very beginning: They met in kindergarten in Viroqua, started dating in high school, and 11 years later said “I do” in a wedding inflected with subtle science-inspired details, a nod to Austin and Jenn’s college majors in biology and their grown-up professions in the sciences. To celebrate their “nerdy sides,” according to Jenn, their guests found their seats by consulting a periodic table with their initials instead of elements.