Bride and Groom on Park Bench
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Julie & Mike’s Wedding – October 11, 2014

Julie and Mike were married at St. Rita’s church in West Allis and their reception was at the Schwanhof banquet hall in Menomonee Falls.  If I had to put a one word label on Mike and Julie’s wedding day, it would be “happy”.  It was so easy for me to catch happy moments between the two of them – and even between other guests at their wedding.  Everyone was just plain happy.  I think by looking at my photo favorites, you’ll see what I mean. It was absolutely beautiful to see a couple so much in love.

Congratulations Julie and Mike.  Enjoy your photos!

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Groom smiles at bride during ceremony

Sweet looks during the ceremony

Bride and Groom walk happily out of the church

Memory Table at Wedding Ceremony

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Mike and his mom have a dance

 

18 replies
  1. April
    April says:

    This was a very special day. I was honored to be able to share the day eith these two as a bridesmaid. I wish nothing but the best for this dynamic duo!! Love you Julie and Mike!

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  2. Rachel Ratkowski
    Rachel Ratkowski says:

    Such gorgeous pictures to capture a truly wonderful day! I can’t even pick out a favorite because they are all so wonderful. Congratulations Mike and Julie!

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  3. Emily McAleavey
    Emily McAleavey says:

    The one on the bench is my favorite as well! It was a perfect chance to relax after the ceremony and before all the dancing began!

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  4. Chuck McAleavey
    Chuck McAleavey says:

    I liked all of those pictures. I don’t have just one favorite. Looking forward to seeing the rest of the pictures.

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  5. Deb Schroeder
    Deb Schroeder says:

    Wonderful pictures, I love the one where Michael is laughing and dancing with his mother! Cute. Where are the pictures of the OLD dancing aunts?/haha

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