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Allison and Doron’s Italian Villa Wedding

Filed in Wedding — August 8, 2016

Kelsey and Butch from The McCartney Photography shared these words on their blog.  I couldn’t have described this wedding any better:

Allison & Doron chose to have a brunch wedding celebration in Milwaukee. Stepping into Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum feels like you’ve suddenly been transported to the loveliest place in a tiny Italian village, with architecture and charm in every direction.

The weather gave Allison & Doron a taste of everything from fog and rain to abundant sunshine. Doron’s family traveled for the weekend from Israel and it truly felt like their wedding day was a joining of two families. After a beautiful ceremony overlooking greenery and Lake Michigan, their guests enjoyed cocktails on the sunshine-filled terrace.

To see more photos from this stunning wedding, check out The McCartney Photography blog.


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