Milwaukee Wedding Photography – Meg and Nick

As soon as I arrived at St. Augustine’s church in Milwaukee, I was greeted by Meg’s warm smile.  She was the most calm bride I’ve ever seen, walking around in her day-clothes and veil.  When I caught up with Nick, he was just as calm, enjoying some time with the guys before the ceremony.  And the wedding overall?  Just as chill…the wedding party, the reception at the Eisner Museum, the families, everything – absolutely beautiful!

Milwaukee wedding at the Eisner Museum

Milwaukee wedding photography

Milwaukee wedding photography

Milwaukee wedding photography

Downtown Milwaukee wedding photography

Is that Big Boy in the background?
Milwaukee wedding photography at the Eisner Museum

Hehe, yes it is!
Milwaukee wedding at the Eisner Museum

Downtown Milwaukee wedding photos

Downtown Milwaukee wedding photos

Downtown Milwaukee wedding photos

The reception was held at the Eisner Museum of Advertising Design in Milwaukee (on Water Street in the Historic Third Ward district). It’s a wonderful setting for a wedding…and quite appropriate since Nick has a degree in marketing.
Milwaukee wedding at the Eisner Museum

Milwaukee wedding at the Eisner Museum

Milwaukee wedding at the Eisner Museum

Meg and her father:
Milwaukee wedding at the Eisner Museum

Milwaukee wedding at the Eisner Museum

Milwaukee wedding at the Eisner Museum

Meg and Nick, I had an amazing time hanging out downtown Milwaukee with you, your wedding party, and family. I wish I could do it over and over, but I know that you two will only be married once!

~keep smiling!
Kim

3 responses to Milwaukee Wedding Photography – Meg and Nick

  1. Meg says:

    Thank you again, Kim! You took beautiful photos – and we would love to do it all again too!!! Best day ever :)

  2. Katie Stoll (maid of honor) says:

    Kim, the pictures you took were amazing. We’ve spent hours upon hours looking at them and remembering every moment. Thank you so much! When I get married, you’ll be hearing from me!!! :)

  3. Amy Cameron says:

    Kim…these are great! Very cool. :)