The Milwaukee Art Museum is an incredible venue for a modern wedding, proven by Annie and Mical’s wedding photographed by Once Wed Premium Vendor Jake Anderson. The unique setting became a main visual focus for the couple while they planned their wedding, and each decor choice was intentionally main to highlight the beauty of the space while making their guests feel comfortable and welcome. The art museum’s clean white backdrop comprises a series of geometric archways, soaring ceilings, and a solarium style hall with sweeping views of Lake Michigan, all of which seem to inspire a great love story. With simplistic decor choices, primarily long garlands of fragrant greenery, the setting couldn’t have been more perfect.
Read on for more from the photographer, Premium Vendor Jake Anderson:
“Annie + Mical are one of those couples who make it a form of continually impressing with their affection for one another, as well as for the ones they hold dear in their lives. Their wedding was a depiction of exactly that. The clean and modern setting of Milwaukee Art Museum, and the simple yet intentional details they chose to characterize their day, perfectly depicted their relationship and personal styles/philosophies. Because they reside in Brooklyn and were married in Wisconsin, a large emphasis was made to ensure their traveling guests felt welcomed and cared for. They were intentional in this to the point of selecting greens which gave a fragrance of hospitality; allowing guests to settle and feel at ease as they experienced Annie + Mical’s event.”
Take a less is more approach to planning your wedding, and focus on the moments and the memories.