Northern Haus in Sister Bay Hosts Serene, Beautiful Wedding Day

Real Wedding
Madelyn and Michael wed surrounded by luxurious décor with a modern, rustic venue highlighted throughout.
Written by
Sherri Hildebrandt


Wisconsin Bride Spring/Summer 2024

Lyrical notes from a string quartet wafted through the air on a glorious spring afternoon—the perfect accompaniment for the marriage of Madelyn Kramer and Michael Santarelli. Elegant with a modern farmhouse touch, the wedding venue was the perfect locale for guests to enjoy the serene beauty of the property’s 30 acres of fields and forest. Madelyn and her bridesmaids spent a leisurely morning in the luxury suite in matching robes, sipping bubbly and getting excited as they prepared for the day’s main event. Before the official ceremony, the couple met for an exchange of their own personal vows. “During this moment, we were able to be alone and really experience our emotions,” says Madelyn. “Any pre-wedding anxiety dissolved, and we were able to be present with one another and reflect on what brought us there and that we would be moving forward in life together.” Madelyn joined Michael at the ceremony arch draped with white blossoms and greenery to say their “I do’s.” Afterward, guests applauded the couple as they paused during the recessional and Michael dramatically dipped his new wife for a heartfelt kiss—the first of many to follow! Under the soaring vaulted ceiling of the sparkling Gambrel Room, guests sat at reception tables graced with elevated white floral arrangements, smaller bouquets and candles in glass pillars and cylinders. After an evening of toasts, laughter and good wishes, dining and dancing drew to a close and the newlyweds were given a send-off amid a flurry of silver streamers flying through the air. 

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Sister Bay


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