The Fischer Wedding – Menomonee Falls, WI

So basically, I love photographing this group of people!  Michelle and Joe found me in January of 2015 when we took their engagement pictures while sloshing (and slipping) around in slush at the quarry at Menomonee Park.  Then Joe’s brother, Josh, and his fiancé, Emily, found me and, between these two couples, I have loads of favorite photos!  It’s awesome when I get to shoot sibling’s weddings and I get to know their families a bit better than normal. 🙂

Anyways, Joe and Michelle got married on October 3rd, 2015 at the Silver Spring Golf Course.  The venue was gorgeous – lots of white string lights wrapped around wood beams on the inside and loads of ivy creeping around a silo outside. (I’m a sucker for any sort of ivy!) Since it was only the beginning of fall, it was still decent enough weather for outdoor pictures!  The portraits of Michelle and Joe by the tower are probably my favorite – but then again I have too many favorites from their wedding.  I got to witness another sweet First Look, but since Michelle didn’t want to kiss before the ceremony we finished up the rest of their portraits after the ceremony.  Inside a tent lined with cafe lights, they had a nice, personal ceremony performed by the bride’s sister’s husband which went off without a hitch (besides Joe having to take over and squeeze his ring on past his knuckle himself! 😉 ). Then, once the deed was done, that was when the party started! I remember, when we were figuring out how long into the reception I was to stay, Michelle and Joe mentioned that I probably wouldn’t want to photograph anything past 9P.M. and, from that moment on, I knew it was going to be a good reception.  Just as I suspected, once the evening was in full swing, I wasn’t disappointed. Plenty of people were breakin’ it down on the dance floor – all the way from little girls to the bride’s father!  It was fun watching all the different signature dance moves from all the different generations merge together on the dance floor! That evening, I left them just as they pulled out two jars for money – one for the bride and one for the groom.  I heard whoever had less money in their jar by the end of the night was going to get a whip cream pie in their face! Hope you enjoy all the pictures up to that point! 🙂


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