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Kristen and Mitchell’s Union South Wedding

Filed in Wedding — September 21, 2016

I love these photos by Kathleen Stogin Photography.  I couldn’t have agreed more with what Kathleen wrote because I really adored Mitchell and Kristen:  

September 3, 2016. It doesn’t matter where you’re from. In the state of Wisconsin, everyone bleeds Badger red. A little known fact among many Bucky enthusiasts, however, is that the University of Wisconsin-Madison Union is actually a beautiful place for a wedding. A little known fact among many wedding photographers, as well, is that it’s also a gorgeous place for photography. This UW Madison Union wedding is flooded with big windows, natural light, and strong Wisconsin spirit. I met with Kristen & Mitchell back in early 2015, and I could tell they were going to be a joy to work with right away. Having been high school sweethearts, these two have a long, strong history together. There isn’t much that 9 years of dating leaves out. It was so incredible to watch two best friends declare their love & commitment to each other — not as a new adventure, but as two who know & love each other deeply. Their love & commitment to each other is easy for all to see, and think it’s fair to say that everyone walked away touched & inspired by their vows. These two, their family, and their friends, are all selfless, friendly, and a true joy to be around. The entire day at this UW Madison Union Wedding was a lighthearted celebration. It’s weddings like these that remind me why I love my job so much. Also. I know you’re wondering, and the answer is yes; the Badgers took out LSU for the win to make the day complete.

Want to see more photos?  Check out Kathleen Stogin’s blog:
Also, here is the link to Brant Erickson’s short highlight reel from this fabulous wedding.

 

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