Francesca and Teddy's Romantic Day at the Pritzlaff
Franesca and Teddy's Milwaukee wedding was a summer stunner. Following a formal church ceremony, the newlyweds celebrated their day with friends and family--many who traveled from South America--at the Historic Pritzlaff Building. We love the juxtaposition of the soft pastel color palette against a space known for Victorian era arched windows, gritty cream city brick, and industrial beams throughout. The men's blue suits were the perfect complement, and the swap of alma mater pins in place of traditional boutonnieres feels creatively fresh. The bride beamed brighter than the day's hot sun, and looked effortlessly radiant in her strapless mermaid-cut dress trimmed in lace. As you'll see from the gorgeous photos taken by M Three Studio, all of the details are overwhelmingingly beautiful, making this the perfect event to inspire your own wedding day.
From the photographer:
Francesca and Teddy hosted a bi-cultural wedding in the heat of summer at the Pritzlaff Building. Francesca's South-American family crossed continents to be a part of the day. A few unique choices: the men wore pins of their alma matter in lieu of boutonnieres, the ladies chose their own dresses, there was a whole troop of adorable flower girls, and dessert was custard from local favorite Kopps.
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