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Kaitlin and Drew

Filed in Wedding — June 13, 2022

Kaitlin and Drew’s wedding yesterday at The Ivy House in Milwaukee couldn’t have been more perfect. It was so much fun working with them to create a meaningful, one-of-a-kind ceremony. They have been together for 13 years, so I loved sharing their love story. Including their dog, Olive, in the procession as the flower girl and the unity beer ritual using a stein they had purchased during a trip to Germany was incredible! Even the train passing by in the middle of the ceremony so I could spontaneously compare their love to an unstoppable train worked out fine. The whole ceremony felt very personal and authentic to their relationship, and I was honored and delighted to be there to celebrate with this fantastic couple.

 

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