Judy and Patrick hosted a joyful day on the shores of Lake Michigan.
A Vintage Winter Wedding
I'm a sucker for vintage and antique touches, especially when it comes to weddings. If you have a similar soft spot, Ali and Nick's special day doesn't disappaint. Delicate lace on the bride and her girls, bouquets of sweet baby's breath, an old-school toboggan ride for the guys, and a scenic setting of snow-covered pines are just a few of the moments etched in my memory that were caught beautifully by Brown Street Studios. Take a peek at all the perfectly pretty details and be ready to fall in love with this romantic vintage winter wedding...
From the Bride:
When Nick moved from the Detroit area to Rhinelander, he immediately fell in love with the small town and its beautiful surroundings;
he also fell in love with a beautiful Rhinelander native named Ali. The couple wanted a wedding that reflected them as well as their lives in the Northwoods, and their goal was certainly achieved. Between family and friend's backyards for woodsy photo locations and the reception at the rustic Whitetail Inn,
they had the perfect wintery backdrop to showcase their love of the outdoors. Their large wedding party included siblings and best friends who got to
showcase their unique personalities in their own chosen outfits. The wedding decor was a romantic and eclectic mix of antique books, birdcages, and
gorgeous flowers designed by Ali's florist aunt. The desserts were a sweet mix of traditional winter desserts and the couple's favorite treats made by a family friend.
This wedding was a beautiful one that emanated the love and joy that these two feel for one another, the people in their lives, and their love of the Northwoods.