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Classy, Classic Ceremony with Charming Choreographed First Dance

Kirsten, who has danced her whole life, knew the first dance would be an important moment for her and her new husband.
By: 
Claire Swinarski
The dining room at the Oneida Golf and Country Club set up for a wedding.

Wedding: September 15, 2018

Ceremony: St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, Green Bay

Reception: Oneida Golf and Country Club, Oneida

Honeymoon: Hawaii

The moment Kirsten Phillips started walking down the aisle, the months of meticulous planning flew out the window, and all she could see was her groom, David Martin, waiting for her. Suddenly, everything was clear (though the bride had mistaken their first date for a networking meeting). The couple’s big day was a traditional, reverent Catholic Mass; the bride’s uncle, a priest, and a retired bishop who is a family friend, concelebrated in harmony. Once the couple said their “I do’s,” the party started. Kirsten, who has danced her whole life, knew the first dance would be an important moment for her and her new husband. Guests raved about their choreographed routine, and the couple loved showing off their fancy footwork. From the bride’s elegant mermaid gown to the black and gold linens, the wedding was the epitome of class and sophistication.

Kirsten Phillips and David Martin perform their choreographed first dance at the Oneida Golf and Country Club.
Kirsten Phillips shows off her backless wedding dress.
The dining room at the Oneida Golf and Country Club set up for a wedding.
Kirsten Phillips and David Martin walk the path at the Oneida Golf and Country Club.
Kirsten Phillips and David Martin pose with their wedding party at Oneida Golf and Country Club.
A details photo featuring black and white wedding invites.

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