Andie and Tom’s Milwaukee wedding was extremely fun! It was modern, trendy, lush, carefree, and bold. From the ultra-modern architecture of the Milwaukee Art Museum to the funky chevron runners, no detail was overlooked. 

The bride wore a sleek, form-fitting strapless dress with a gorgeous rhinestone belt and a small birdcage veil. She carried a large, all white bouquet of white roses and phaleanopsis orchids, offset by grey brunia berries and lacey dusty miller. As an added texture and sentimental gesture, she added poppy pods as a memorial for her grandmother whose favorite flower was a poppy.

The bridesmaids wore a sleek navy blue dress in varying styles, accented by large bold bouquets of tropical protea, bright red zinnias and berries, orange spray roses and tulips, and grey dusty miller and seeded eucalyptus. The color combination was perfect.

Of course the reception was stunning. Long white tables, blue chevron runners, bright red napkins, and “ghost” chairs provided the perfect colorful decor for the simplicity of the museum. Small, lush red cube arrangements lined the runners on some tables, while others had a collection of assorted height arrangements grouped in a modern set. The party was a blast, and we aren’t thankful enough that Belle Fiori had the opportunity to be this couples’ selected florist.

To check out more incredible photos of the event from Olivia Leigh Photographie, click here!