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More Photos from Trevor and Jasmine

Filed in Wedding — September 9, 2019

Thank you Steve Daubs Studios for sharing these AMAZING photos from Jasmine and Trevor’s wedding. Love these photos! You nailed it!!

Steve wrote:

One of the great joys of photographing weddings happens when a couple truly embraces what makes them unique and builds their day around that. Trevor and Jasmine did just that, with a stunning intimate ceremony on Saturday morning at the UW-Madison Arboretum. The weather was beautiful, and the ceremony, performed by Pat from Koru Ceremony: Celebrating New Beginnings, was sweet, to the point, and highlighted by the origami flowers that Jasmine and her mother spent the past year constructing!!

It got better after their portrait session when the entire wedding party headed over to Vitense Golfland for some mini golf and snacks. They got a chance to relax together, have fun, and laugh. By the time the reception at Memorial Union was underway, family and friends were ready to dance the night away. And dance they did! Bucky stopped by, DJ Galaxy busted some moves on the dance floor as well as bringing the music and energy all night, and even Elvis showed up, as per family tradition!

Special thanks to all the wonderful vendors, starting with Heather Farr Events & Consulting. Heather went above and beyond to make the day beautiful and smooth! The Looking Glass Bakery provided the cake, DJ Galaxy of Madtown Moblie DJs provided music, Pat Werk Of Koru Ceremony: Celebrating New Beginnings Koru Ceremonies was the officiant, Vera’s House of Bridalsprovided the dresses. A special thanks to Jasmine and her mother for their tireless work creating all the stunning origami flowers that decorated the tables.

Congratulations Jazz and Trevor, and we wish you all the best!!

 

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