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September 13, 2017

Mary Ellen & Mike met at Notre Dame during their sophomore year. After years knowing each other through their mutual friend group, they went on their first date while both of them were living in Chicago. After two years together, Mike popped the question in Chicago, surprising her with a big box that she thought was […]

September 5, 2017

Morgan and Mike met sophomore year at Marquette University. They both worked together but on different shifts, and never got a chance to talk until a friends holiday party changed both of their lives forever! They started dating after the new year and the rest is history! They are both new to Chicago but quickly […]

August 30, 2017

After meeting with Tristan and Dermot and hearing the history of her families Green Lake home, I knew their wedding day was going to be incredible! The house was purchased by her maternal grandfather in the early 1900’s and her grandparents, aunts, and uncles, parents and sisters were all married there! We had the most beautiful […]

August 17, 2017

It’s funny how life puts the person in your life at the most unexpecting time, and that’s exactly what happened when Kevin and Wendy met on a random night out with friends. Kevin managed to get Wendy’s number from her friend and left her a voicemail…that she didn’t return! One week later they happened to […]

July 31, 2017

McKenna and Eddy both grew up in the Lake Geneva area, and it’s where their story began. When life took them in different directions; Eddy to West Point and McKenna to Madison, they wrote countless letters to each other as they continued their relationship long distance, but they knew when they started this new chapter […]

July 25, 2017

Every July I try to schedule a week or two of no weddings to spend time with the family. We only have 18 summers with the kids, and as much as I love my job, it’s so important to disconnect and spend time as a family. This year we ended up taking two weeks off […]


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