Suzy & Sean’s Milwaukee Domes Wedding kicked off our summer season for the year, and it was great to be shooting again!
We absolutely LOVED shooting at the Mitchell Park Conservatory Domes. Suzy and Sean chose to do their dancing in one of the domes instead of the main lobby area, and it made for some incredibly beautiful images during their dance! Great choice on their part! Not only that, but they rented an absolutely fabulous vintage car to take them from the ceremony to the reception, and it was a great elegant addition to their wedding day.
I love that we did a few shots outside at night as well – the glow of the domes was fantastic and made for a great backdrop.
Ceremony Venue: St. Anthony on the Lake in Pewaukee, WI
Reception Venue: Mitchell Park Domes in Milwaukee, WI
Caterer: Zilli Hospitality Group
Baker: Milwaukee Cupcake Company
Dress: Galina Signature by David’s Bridal
Suzy designed these wedding programs by herself – amazing, no? LOVED them.
Suzy & Sean rented an amazing vintage car instead of a limo, and I it made for some utterly amazing photos!
Next off to the Mitchell Park Conservatory “The Domes” in Milwaukee for the reception
Candy table + delicious cupcakes for dessert? Yes please!
The Domes are pretty much the most perfect place for a photographer to shoot, because the light is so perfect. LOVED taking wedding portraits there!
Sunset at the Domes. Gorgeous. What a great atmosphere for a wedding!
Suzy & Sean decided to have their dance in one of the domes. This made for an incredible beautiful light display for dancing, and I highly recommend it to any couple getting married there. It was incredible!
As we were leaving for the night, we saw how amazing The Domes looked at night, and we couldn’t help but stay a bit longer to take a few of these photos outside at night with the colorful light of the domes in the background. Taking some time for night portraits is a really fun and unique opportunity that I highly recommend to all couples.
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