I felt so honored to photograph Lindsay & Ben’s New Year’s Eve wedding. The whole day had a great vintage, glamour, 1920’s vibe to it. The couple choose to see each other beore the ceremony, which I was thrilled about because it gave me time to photograph the both of them and the wedding party before the ceremomy. ┬áLindsay had an “in” to the┬áCircus World Museum grounds, which was amazing! Old railroad cars from the 1940’s and an adorable red bridge crossing the Baraboo river made it a perfect backdrop for their portraits.
The ceremony was at the Al Ringling theatre in Downtown Baraboo. It is a magnificent building with tons of character, and an amazing place for a wedding. They handed out champage to guests as they came in (keeping with the New Year’s theme). Lindsay and Ben are an awesome couple, and were so much fun to photograph. I had such a great time, and wish you two the best of luck in everything!

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I LOVED the bouquets of baby’s breath for the bridesmaids and Lindsay’s bouqet.

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Ben suprised Lindsay during the ceremony with the song “forever” by Ben Harper. It was the sweetest thing ever. I don’t think there was a dry eye in the room.

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The couple used their favorite movies instead of table numbers, which was such a fun idea!

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One of my favorite photos of the whole day – taken just outside the ringling building in the twilight.

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