If you would look up “simple love” in the dictionary, I swear a picture of Sara and Tyler would pop up. And if you’re thinking I mean simple as in “not grand”, then you have me all wrong. What I mean is that these two have one of the purest, easiest loves that I’ve seen. It’s easy. It’s natural. And they just go with the flow. From the early morning hour when I met Sara on her wedding day at her mom’s house all the way to minutes before the ceremony, she wasn’t nervous. And Tyler wasn’t either. Rather, they were excited to seal the deal. The one day they had been looking forward to for so long was finally here, and it was so easy to see how much they were anticipating the moment when they would seal the deal.
Tyler and Sara were married in a beautiful church in Howard, Wisconsin. The best part? It’s actually the church that Sara and I grew up going to (we happen to go waaaay back — all the way to high school!). And guys, I think Tyler’s reaction when he saw his bride enter the church was one of the best I’ve ever seen! His mouth was wide open as she walked down the aisle with her dad. It was the sweetest thing EVER! I swear I wasn’t crying behind my camera.
After the ceremony, we swung by the legendary Lambeau Field for some fun shots, and then headed to the grand ballroom at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center in Green Bay. A huge shoutout to their florist, Buds n’ Bloom, who completely decked out the huge room with giant floral centerpieces and the coolest little details. It was such a beautiful day!
A huge shoutout to all of the awesome vendors that made Sara and Tyler’s day possible! You guys killed it 🙂
Floral: Buds n’ Bloom | Ceremony: St. John the Baptist Catholic Church | Reception: Radisson Hotel and Conference Center | Bakery: Cake Anatomy | DJ: Action DJs | Bridal Gown: Tie the Knot Bridal Boutique | Bridesmaids Dresses: The Bridal Event | Mensware: Mens Warehouse | Hairstylist: Kristy Richmond | Makeup: Laura Vanboxel | Videographer: Michael Gehrman | Paper goods: Badgerland Printing | Jewlery: Zales | Transportation: Lamers
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