Emily and Jeff’s Milwaukee wedding was both bright and fun. Their flowers could not have looked more beautiful in the cascading light of the Milwaukee Art Museum Atrium. Emily’s modern bouquet of bright white tulips, roses, and peonies glowed with accents of lime hypericum berries and large, green salal leaves. Belle Fiori also created corresponding bridesmaids bouquets and their bubblegum pink flowers popped against fun, lime green dresses. Sporting black tailored suits, green ties, and hypericum berry boutonnieres, the groom and his men looked just as dashing.

For the ceremony, wide glass cylinders of textural grass outlined the aisle, while tall linear cylinders held elegant branches as a sillouette against the large atrium window. Ceremony decor was later repurposed as centerpieces for the reception. In addition,  cute compact vases of pink peonies with ribbon and numbers in a graphic style served as table markers. As a final touch, a beautiful white cake wrapped in green ribbon was topped with pink peonies and green berries. It was truly a beautiful event…

Photographer: mthree studio photography (http://mthreestudio.com)

Dressing/Prep: Intercontinental Hotel (www.intercontinentalmilwaukee.com)

Ceremony Venue: Milwaukee Art Museum (http://mam.org)

Reception Venue: Milwaukee Art Museum

For more photos of this event, check out the photographer’s blog segment featuring this wedding here.