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Milwaukee Art Museum Wedding is a Work of Art Itself

The wedding focused on the sweeping architecture of the sculptural Quadracci Pavilion.
By: 
Emma Franke
Bride and groom stand before the Quadracci Pavilion at the Milwaukee Art Museum

From the photographer: 

Anthony and Ellie's simple style was a match for their full day at The Milwaukee Art Museum, letting both their venue and their celebration shine in harmony. Their first look was beneath the September sunshine and after a walk with the lake, we met their bridal party dressed in blue. Guests gathered on the grand deck of the museum, lakeside views to their left, city views in sunset to the right and Anthony at the head of the deck point, all in anticipation for Ellie to walk down the aisle in her Anna Campbell gown. Mixing new with sentimental, she also wore her mother-in-law's bracelet and earrings and they were married under a wooden arbor hand crafted by the groom. Florals from Milwaukee Flower Co. adorned the arbor, the hands of the bridal party and the arrangements found inside the radiant reception space where the fresh blooms were paired with light linens. They danced under sky high ceiling heights and enjoyed their way through their entire wedding day.

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