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Hi! I'm Hilda, the owner, photographer, secretary, book keeper, photo editor and album designer of Angel Eyes Photography. I'm non-stop but I'm doing what I love. I especially enjoy weddings, hanging with cool couples, making women feel empowered and sexy during boudoir photo shoots, and going on photographic adventures. Welcome to my blog. If you would like to get in touch with me, email is preferred, thank you!

St. Paul of the Cross ceremony, Park Ridge | Mission Hills Country Club wedding reception, Northbrook

This happy couple had a vision of how they wanted their wedding to be, as I’m sure most couples do, but they were very pro active about it. When I first talked to the Bride, she was very clear that photography was a priority and she backed up her vision with action. She wanted an ‘unplugged’ wedding…which simply means that you ask the guests to put away their cameras and cell phones (especially during the ceremony) and be fully present in the moment, and let the professional photographers handle the photos. She put this request on the wedding website, in their invitation, and this is a quote from the Bride…
“I basically told guests that we saved our hard earned money to have a professional capture our special day and had a simple chat with those who might be less receptive to our request…” 😉

Ceremony: St. Paul of the Cross

I love the photo below for many reasons…the most obvious is the beautiful moment of the Groom seeing his Bride…the not so obvious is that all the guests are in the moment as well, and no one is hiding behind their phone, or camera. It’s a battle most photographers will never win, but when the couple takes a pro-active approach, we have this.

Reception : Mission Hills Country Club

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Royalty West Banquets wedding photos | Unique Castle venue | Chicago photographer | Theresa & Rick

If I could hand pick my couples, they would all be as chill and laid back as Theresa and Rick were. Bad weather rolled in that morning, so we had to improvise our plans, but no one ever stopped smiling. Of course it didn’t hurt one bit that the wedding was in a Castle. Yep, Royalty West Banquets
is a unique venue, that’s built to look like a Castle inside and out. Needless to say since I’m a huge Game of Thrones fan, this made me very, very happy!!

Flowers – Bouq Box

Dress- Rebecca Ingram Dress Shop- Atelier Igar bridal

Hair/makeup- Rare Bird Beauties

Hair/makeup- Rare Bird Beauties

Hair/makeup- Rare Bird Beauties

Flowers – Bouq Box
Photo by Carol

Photos, first look, ceremony & reception took place at Royalty West Banquets

First look…

Officiant – Rev. Phil Landers, of “I Do” Weddings, Ltd.

Cake – Oak Mill Bakery

Flowers – Bouq Box

DJ –  Kelvon Fluellen of That’s My DJ Entertainment

From the Bride…

‘Dress- Rebecca Ingram Dress Shop- Atelier Igar Bridal Maggie at Atelier Igar bridal was so sweet it was such a pleasure getting my dress altered.

Hair/makeup- Rare Bird Beauties Hair by Shannon Makeup by Amelia
The girls from Rare bird beauties were fun and fit right in with me and the bridesmaids.

Cake – Oak Mill Bakery
The cake not only looked amazing it tasted amazing! We said forget waiting a year to eat the top layer and ate it all within a few days and I still think about it!

Tux- Men’s Wearhouse |Bridesmaids dresses- David’s Bridal
The bridesmaids dresses from David’s bridal were exactly what I imagined when I knew I wanted gold, and the guys looked so sharp in their tuxes from men’s warehouse.

Caterer- Royalty West Banquets
Christina at Royalty West was on top of everything not just before but the day of. She also made the room look absolutely perfect, it was more beautiful than we could have even imagined.

Flowers – Bouq Box
Bouq box did a beautiful job with all the flowers.

DJ –  Kelvon Fluellen of That’s My DJ Entertainment Dj Kelvon was awesome, he timed everything perfectly and played all of our must plays.

Officiant – Rev. Phil Landers, of “I Do” Weddings, Ltd.
 He was such a pleasure to work with. He was so organized and worked with us for as long as we needed to get our story just right. He truly made our ceremony unforgettable, we still get complements about it to this day. 

My favorite purchase was my dress. It was just me and my mom and I found the dress on the first day we started looking. When I came out of the dressing room and saw it in the big mirror then looked at my mom and she started tearing up, I knew it was the dress.

Favorite memory….Hearing our love story and our secret love for each other during the ceremony. It was such a touching and meaning part of the day for both of us.

Funny moments….Literally dancing out of my underwear during the first open dance! Hilda was very helpful getting me to the restroom to readjust!

Advice… Like most couples say, try to enjoy it all. The whole process was fun for us! You only get one day so don’t let the small stuff get to you. All week the forecast for my wedding was sunny and in the 60s, day of it snowed, not a single tear was shed or beat missed we smiled all day long!

I did stress about getting a midnight snack, but the second we knew it wouldn’t work out we said oh well and the next day said oh ya that didn’t happen, guess we didn’t need it.

And of course we got the most amazing photographers ever! Literally you ladies made the day run as smooth as it did, it would not have been the same without you! 

It honestly could not have gone better. It was the perfect day!’

I was photographing the wedding party, and I didn’t notice until I was editing the photos, that the flower girl decided to give me some variety for every shot  😀
I made this collage to show off her posing skills…totally made my day!!

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Newberry Library Chicago wedding ceremony and reception | Unique reception venue | Ariel & Daren

If you’re looking for a unique venue in Chicago, the Newberry Library just might be the perfect option. There is plenty of space filled with gorgeous light, and a park right across the street. This is where Ariel and Daren had their wedding ceremony, photos and reception.

A huge thank you to Todd Fischer for not only making out Bride look absolutely stunning, but also for connecting me to this amazing couple!!

Hair by : TAF Hair Todd Fischer

Florist- Blumgarten, Michelle Vazquez

Dress/ Store: Mira Couture, dress by Martina Liana

Dress/ Store: Mira Couture, dress by Martina Liana

Hair by : TAF Hair Todd Fischer

Officiant: Leo Melamed

Catering: Occasions Chicago, Gerard McGuiggan

Florist- Blumgarten, Michelle Vazquez

Florist- Blumgarten, Michelle Vazquez

Cake: Alliance Bakery

Florist- Blumgarten, Michelle Vazquez

Planner- Kerrie Gallagher, CityGirl Weddings

Makeup: Makeup by Stacy Renee

Dress/ Store: Mira Couture, dress by Martina Liana

Catering: Occasions Chicago, Gerard McGuiggan

Groom custom suit: Indochino

Hair by : TAF Hair Todd Fischer

From the Bride….

‘Favorite purchase…My gown! I love it and am definitely going to wear it again! Who says it can only be worn once?!

Favorite wedding memory…Having all of our loved ones, family and friends, under the same roof together.

Funny moments…My sister lent me her veil. Right before walking down the aisle, she stepped on it and ripped it. LOL

If I had a super power, I would slow down time, so I could have soaked in everything in and committed it to memory.

Advice for couples…Have fun with it. It’s a shit ton of work but should be fun!! Everything will always work out- try not to stress. Hire a day of coordinator. Well worth the money. No one in your wedding party nor your guests should be worried and working on day of logistics. The focus should be on enjoying and celebrating your love and union. ‘

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Holt’s Restaurant Park Ridge IL engagement photos | The Pickwick Theater Park Ridge | Tina & Mark

I love it when couples personalize their engagement session. Tina and Mark had their first date at Holt’s Restaurant in Park Ridge. They discovered that they both liked Old-Fashioned (the drink) and they quickly got to know each other after a few of these 😉 So when they suggested that we do part of the session at the restaurant, I jumped at the chance. I even got to try their favorite drink, and I’m happy to report that is was yummy!!

The historic Pickwick Theatre is just a block from the restaurant, and we took some photos there.

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Chevy Chase Country Club ceremony and reception, Wheeling IL wedding | Amanda & James

There were so many gorgeous details at this wedding, I was almost overwhelmed at times. From the dress to the invitations, nothing was left to chance. And don’t even get me started on the flowers, (Blue Daisy ) the Bride was so happy, that she cried and hugged the florist when she saw the reception room…it was flawless.

A very special thank you to Sarah Deeke with Cheers! Chicago She is one of the most amazing, organized, knowledgeable, sweet-but-makes-sure-that-stuff-gets-done, wedding planners I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with, THANK YOU!

Photo by Carol

The Groom is from England, so his family surprised the couple with a vintage 1956 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud 1 from A Dynasty Classic Cars for Weddings.

Venue – Chevy Chase Country Club

Flowers – Blue Daisy

Flowers – Blue Daisy

Photo by Carol

Flowers – Blue Daisy

Flowers – Blue Daisy

Flowers – Blue Daisy
Lighting – An Enchanted Evening
Band – ‘Velocity’ through Arlen Music Productions.

From the Bride…

‘Day-of Planner – Sarah Deeke with Cheers! Chicago….LOVED her – I don’t know how we would have gotten through the day without her.

Venue – Chevy Chase Country Club – Liked it, got a lot for the price (nice chairs included, great bar package included, beautiful room with hardwood floors)

Dress – All About the Gown by Judy in Lake Geneva. Dress was by David Tutera ‘Katharine’

Hair/Makeup – Yes Ma’am – liked the makeup artist, was not happy with the hair – they did try to make it right, but I still wouldn’t recommend them.

Tux – won a giveaway with GQ Formalwear – James’ tux was free, the others got a discount. It was an expensive place but we liked them a lot.

Cake – included with Chevy Chase, DELICIOUS! there wasn’t any cake left over from the wedding! Lovin Oven Cakery

Band – ‘Velocity’ through Arlen Music Productions…LOVED THEM. Everyone had a great time and many of our friends got their card for their future weddings.

Flowers – Blue Daisy – I LOVED my flowers…so beautiful. Annie is very fair in her pricing and works with you within your budget.

Lighting – An Enchanted Evening

Paper Products (invitations, save the dates, all day-of paper) – Dby Invitations – expensive, but beautiful!

Videographer – Shangri-La Wedding Films – Loved him – beautiful videos – good price for quality.

Lighting – An Enchanted Evening – very easy to work with, liked them a lot.

Photo Booth – Concept One – good price for what you got, attendant was nice.

Favorite purchases: dress, favors (personalized mini champagne bottles), flowers and seriously all of the vendors I had onsite with me – you all were FANTASTIC! <3

Favorite memories: dancing with friends and family with the band, toasts, taking pictures together and with wedding party.

Something that didn’t make a difference: I was worried about how the kids would come down the aisle (wagon, walking, flower crown, pillows for boys) and in the end they were going to do what they wanted! 🙂 Also, I spent so much time finding frames for the signs and that was probably not worth worrying about. Additionally, shoes…you couldn’t see them, and I spent SO much time ordering and returning shoes.

Advice – Get a day-of coordinator! Videography is worth it (in addition, of course, to photography). It’s worth spending a little more to get quality vendors and people you can trust. Really enjoy the day, it does go by so quickly. And get a band if you can! ‘

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Lincolnshire Marriott Resort wedding reception | St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr, Chicago | Frank & Renee

Once I met a couple named Frank and Renee, who were straight out of a romance novel…I swear, had I not personally witnessed this (and I have the photos to prove it, HA!!!) I would not believe it. On their wedding day of course they had lots of fun, dancing and making sure they mingled with everyone, and did all the wedding things, but every free second they had they connected somehow. While walking around the tables greeting guests, they grabbed each other and danced for 10-20 seconds…they were always aware of the other, and looked into each others eyes with such love and happiness that Carol and I were practically in tears just watching them.

Thank you Frank and Renee for allowing me to witness and capture your wedding day, and your obvious love for each other…I will always smile whenever I think about you and your wedding 😀

Flowers – Nutmeg Flowers

Flowers – Nutmeg Flowers

Hair/Makeup – Salon M in Niles
Photo by Carol

Church – St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr

I usually don’t include photos from the bus on the blog post, but I had to make an exception here…if you’ve ever been on a wedding party bus, you know the chaos….but just look at how cute they are, connecting in some way every chance they had, I mean they are holding pinkies for Pete’s sake.

Post ceremony photos at Lincoln Park, Chicago.

Tux – J.O.S. Bank

Sew Bridal – Veil and alterations

Venue – Marriott in Lincolnshire

Flowers – Nutmeg Flowers

Cake – Lovin Oven. Picture perfect and delicious!

Flowers – Nutmeg Flowers

From the couple…

‘Church – St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr. This church holds a special place in the bride’s heart. The priest is a really good family friend and he even baptized the bride. 

Hair/Makeup –
Salon M in Niles. Absolutely love them! It’s a family business and the staff is fun. Plus they did an amazing job! 

Sew Bridal – alterations. Kelly is great at what she does and has such a cool personality. She even created my veil from scratch. 

Tux –
J.O.S. Bank. Unfortunately our first location when choosing the tuxes was awful! Thankfully we went to another and the experience was so much better!! Some of the issues we ran into were incorrect information in the systems that we had to re-correct several times, there was confusion with the type of tux.

Flowers –
Nutmeg Flowers. We absolutely loved
Meghan! She was great and super easy to work with. 

Flowers – Nutmeg Flowers

Dress – House of Brides. Took every ounce of the bride not to go there (due to the horror stories), and while unsuccessfully finding a dress decided to go try one. Instantly fell in love with a dress the moment I saw it on me in the mirrors. And I even recall thinking in the dressing room that I was going to hate it since it had flowers on it! It was simple yet beautiful at the same time. Sadly, the experience wasn’t as great. Customer service was awful. Half the time trying to get a hold of someone was nearly impossible. I provided a fake wedding date (a month before) to make sure I’d get the dress on time and it came a week before this date. So happy I had a fake date in the system! Also, since I tried the dress during the winter, my pale skin looked better with the blush color sample I tried on. Freaked out when I was all tan from the summer the day I was able to pick it up. Thankfully my nerves were  for no reason as it still looked gorgeous the day of. More of a lesson…

Petit Four Films. They exceeded our expectations. 

Venue – Marriott in Lincolnshire. Gorgeous venue. Booze was flowing. Food was good. Dance floor big. Setup of the room was awesome. Customer service could’ve been better. 

Favors (cookies) – Trudy’s treats. Mama Ladd is one of my friend’s mom and she nailed what we wanted. And the cookies are delicious!! Plus she’s cool.

Favorite wedding related purchase… Renee: the cake topper which includes a Boxer dog silhouette as to incorporate our fur baby Winston. 
Frank: the scotch (highland park 18) for the groomsmen. 
Together: Angel Eyes (pending status lol). Honestly though, Hilda was awesome and came well prepared for everything that day. Even with scissors! She was able to coral all of us to get the best shots. Quite a task with the bridal party we had! Saved the day that day!

Favorite wedding memory…Seeing each other for the first time on our wedding day. 

Funny moments…Alina, our flower girl, stealing the show during the ceremony. 

Advice for couples… Enjoy the engagement. The process is stressful and at times you wish you just went abroad. ‘

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Promontory Point – Lake Michigan wedding photos | Palmer House Hilton Chicago, | Ridhwana & Jason

The best part of my job is finding couples who connect with me, not just my work…this allows me to be myself and create more relaxed and fun photos. Of course it helps when the couple gives you plenty of time to create those photos. Jason and Ridwana, were an absolute dream to work with…they took the planning seriously, but the day of the wedding they just had fun, and so did I! WOW, this day was an absolute blast!!

The getting ready photos and the first look, took place at the Palmer House Hilton…since the couple chose not to have a wedding party, the Groom just drove us all over to the ceremony 😀

Flowers – Flowers for Dreams

Hair & Makeup – Jeannie Denault with Bridal Brigade

Hair & Makeup – Jeannie Denault with Bridal Brigade
Photo by Carol

Photo by Carol

Venue – Promontory Point

Officiant – Rev. Dave Angle 

Flowers – Flowers for Dreams
Photo by Carol

From the couple…

  • ‘Venue – Promontory Point – The park district was very easy to work with. The fact that they have a list of preferred caterers actually made things easier for us since there are so many great options out there and knowing even where to start can be a little intimidating. We really loved that we could have our ceremony outdoors with the lake in the background. It also didn’t hurt that the weather was absolutely perfect that day.
  • Flowers – Natalie Pappas with Flowers for Dreams – We went into our appointment without our colors even really figured out and Natalie was able to guide us without making us feel at all like she was pushing her style on us.
  • Planner – Camille Victoria Weddings LLC – We were on the fence about hiring a day-of coordinator but were really glad we did. It was great not to have to check the time at all and know that Camille was keeping us on track. It also gave us piece of mind that if something did go very wrong (which thankfully it didn’t), Camille would be there to take care of things and we could enjoy our big day.
  • Caterer – Premier Catering & Events – Erika is a truly wonderful person and was a blast to work with. We knew right away that we would be in very good hands with her. She was very accommodating and had tons of great ideas to share. PCE was a very big reason why our wedding day went as smoothly as they did.
  • Hair & Makeup – Jeannie Denault with Bridal Brigade – Jeannie really listened to me and made me feel very comfortable despite my not being a big makeup wearer. It was important to me to still feel like me, and Jeannie certainly accomplished that.
  • Cake – Bittersweet Pastry Shop  
  • Rickshaws – Rickshaw Rick’

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Makray Memorial Golf Club outdoor wedding ceremony | Chicago photographer | Lori & Bret

The moment this couple told me that they had a Beauty & The Beast theme for their wedding, I’ve been looking forward to it, and I was so excited to see the final result. (Scroll down to see the reception photos). I love it when couples do fun things to represent them and their personalities. And to make this wedding even more unique, they decided to have a Crème brûlée instead of cake. SO GOOD!!!!

From the first look to the reception everything took place at Makray Memorial Golf Club.

Florist:  Twisted Stem 

Dress:  Amelishan Bridal  (Hubertus, WI)  
Photo by Carol

The glass alternative to a unity candle or sand ceremony, Unity in Glass.

Who says you have to get a cake for your wedding? This couple went with
Crème brûlée !! Soooo delicious!!

Bakery for Crème brûlée :  Ambrosia Euro American Patisserie

 SoundWave DJs  (Milwaukee) 

From the Bride…

‘Venue:  Makray Memorial Golf Club  (Barrington):  This was a great venue!  We received lots of compliments on the food (We went with the steak and salmon choices) and the ladies that you work with are very detailed oriented.  They make sure everything is how you imagine it would be on your wedding day and are very accommodating if you want something specific.  

Florist:  Twisted Stem  (Crystal Lake): My bouquet was heavy, but  beyond gorgeous.   They did a great job on all the flowers; highly recommended!

Limo: W-Limo – (Arlington Heights) – After researching many different limo places, we went with W-Limo.  They were on time, professional and vehicles were clean. 

Bakery for Crème brûlée :  Ambrosia Euro American Patisserie (Barrington) – We had this crazy idea to have Crème brûlée at our wedding instead of cake.  One of our traditions when we go out to eat is to have this for dessert with a glass of port.  We struck out a few times finding someone that would be able to make the dessert for our wedding but once we met Debby at Ambrosia, she was on board immediately.  She is one of the nicest people to work with and makes the world’s best Crème brûlée !   The ‘cake’ turned out Absolutely Amazing!    

Hair: Fleur De Lis Salon (Barrington) – They came out to us at the hotel we were getting ready at.  They were on time and did a great job on everyone’s hair.  

Makeup: Bomber Betty (Barrington) – Jessica makes her own make up and does a great job.  She also comes to you on the day of the wedding and is a lot of fun to work with. 

Advice for future couples:  Do a first look! This helped us out a lot on our wedding day.  It took so much pressure off of both of us, and made the rest of the day go smoothly.  Also, plan your honeymoon at least a week after your wedding.  You will be exhausted right afterwards, so wait a week or 2 or 3+, before heading on vacation.  You will have a chance to organize the aftermath of everything wedding related and enjoy more of your time on your honeymoon.  

A lot went into the making of our Crème brûlée masterpiece.  Ambrosia made the Crème brûlée the chef at Makray topped them off with whipped cream and fruit before serving, and Twisted Stem put the vines around the cupcake stand and provided roses for decoration.  It all turned out better than I could have imagined! 

Something I would change:  I think the only thing I might change would be the timing of the reception.  The reason I hardly got to eat was because I was paying so much attention to the speeches which went right into the dances. Once the reception starts, I would do the first dance right away and get the speeches done after that.  Then, in theory, there would be more time to enjoy the dinner that you pay so much for 🙂  

Favorite wedding related purchase was probably our unity glass.   We bought colored glass to mix together during our ceremony (like sand) from a place called “Unity In Glass”.  Afterwards we sent the combined glass back to the company that blows it into a glass sculpture and it turned out amazing.  

Favorite wedding memory: This was probably with my sister.  She was nervous about her speech so she took me a side and said her speech just to me in the bridal suite beforehand.  She got the tears going then and it didn’t stop the tears from falling during her actual speech.  It was special moment between us that I won’t forget.

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Wedding reception at Hyatt Lodge, Oak brook | St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Itasca | Courtney & James

Courtney and James had the kind of wedding that makes me forward to editing the photos! The whole day was just so fun, filled with joy, lots of laughter (especially during the speeches 😉 ) The reception was at the The Hyatt Lodge at McDonald’s Campus, which is a wedding venue located in Oak Brook, Illinois surrounded by 88 acres of natural preserve…which obviously makes for wonderful photos 🙂

Bridal details.

Make-up by Shannon O’Brien
Such a sweet moment between the Bride and her Grandpa.
What a fun, awesome Grandma!!

Dress: The Crystal Bride | Hair by Gia Tovar

Photo by Carol
Photo by Carol

The Hyatt Lodge at McDonald’s Campus

Photo by Carol

From the Bride…

Venue: Hyatt Lodge, in Oak brook, IL. We were in the Grand Oaks Pavillon. They were so helpful along the way. Sigita was our main point of contact. We loved that our venue had everything included. As planning can get super crazy & busy. Having a venue that offered everything was important to us. 

Dress: The Crystal Bride, Geneva, IL. The Crystal Bride has a great selection of dresses and many different price points. Many of my close friends have also purchased their dress from here, so I knew it was a must stop. 
Flowers: Little Shop on the Prairie, Lombard, IL. We worked with Natalia, the owner of the shop. Our initial meeting with her was one of my personal favorites. Her show room is filled with lots of items to help visualize what the arrangements would look like. Her and her team did a wonderful job executing what we discussed.

Cake: Lezza Spumoni Bakery, Elmhurst, IL. This vendor was set up directly through our venue. We chose a chocolate cake with cannoli filling and vanilla cake with chocolate fudge filing. Very happy we had the cake tasting where we got to sample all the cakes. Since I don’t recall eating more than one bit of cake on the actual wedding day 🙁

Flowers: Little Shop on the Prairie, Lombard, IL. We worked with Natalia, the owner of the shop. Our initial meeting with her was one of my personal favorites. Her show room is filled with lots of items to help visualize what the arrangements would look like. Her and her team did a wonderful job executing what we discussed.

O’Grady Cinema- Michael was a pleasure to work with. Very timely and professional from initial quoting to the big day itself. We hardly knew he was there, and he captured all the special moments. The final video montage is excellent.

Church: St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Itasca, IL. This church was just rebuilt. We loved how everything was brand new and updated. The staff was very helpful in ensuring we submitted all the required paperwork before leading up to the big day. 

Hair: Gia Tovar-The sweetest! Gia did an excellent job of executing everyone’s vision for the day. She worked quickly and did a fabulous job on everyone’s hair. 
Shannon O’Brien– My favorite make-up artist of all time!!! Shannon is so talented. We discussed what look I wanted during my make-up trial in detail. On my wedding day, she exceeded my expectations

DJ: Spinnin Discs-Jacob, Schaumburg, IL. Ron is the owner and was a delight to work with. He respond to emails extremely quickly. He learned about what we wanted and matched us with Jacob. Jacob kept the dance floor rocking all night! It was a perfect mix of older and newer songs, which was important to us. 

Angel Eyes Photography: Hilda was AMAZING!! Her and Carol worked tirelessly throughout the entire day. Hilda does such a great job of directing the photo’s and keeping all the shots organized. We have loved all the pictures she’s taken and the creativity behind each shot. We wanted a photographer that captured many pictures throughout our most important day. Hilda certainly did not disappoint!!!

We had a great time during the planning process. It helped asking our friends certain vendors they used. We found it helpful to have recommendations. Through the planning process we both had input and worked together to complete all the tasks so we could enjoy the day. ‘

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The Iron Horse Hotel wedding photos in Milwaukee WI | Harley-Davidson Museum Wisconsin wedding reception | Julie & Devin

This wedding was referred to me by two of my former Brides. Erin & Natalie, it was great seeing you at Julie & Devin’s fun wedding!!

The locations for this wedding were some of the most unique I’ve ever photographed. The Iron Horse Hotel is an amazing boutique Hotel in  Milwaukee WI and it’s located right across the river from where the reception was…it was super convenient that we could just walk across the bridge at the end of the night.

Dress Designer: Essense of Australia

Floral Creations By Eileen

The lobby at The Iron Horse Hotel is just so SO cool!!

How could I not love a Hotel, where they have a life size cutout of Mick Jagger wearing a t-shirt that says “Who the F-is Mick Jagger?”

Photo by Carol

St. Paul Lutheran ChurchGrafton, WI

Covered Bridge Park in Wisconsin

Harley-Davidson Museum in Wisconsin 

The Shed 


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