Vintage Elegance in the Midwest
Posted by Kate. Filed under Real Weddings

Inspired by the idea of creating a new ‘story’ together, Sarah and Jeff had a storybook-themed wedding.  A day of sheer vintage elegance, we’re loving the antique blue and pewter palette and classic details.  Everything from Sarah’s Robert Bullock bridal gown, to the bridesmaid’s J. Crew dresses was in perfect style. The pair met while attending the University of Madison, but they currently live in Germany where Jeff is a pro hockey player and Sarah is getting her Master’s Degree in counseling. Notice the sweet storybook graphic on their sophisticated navy and white programs. The couple was overjoyed to be married at the same church that Sarah’s parents had been wed in, the historic Westminster Presbyterian in downtown Minneapolis.There was more classic beauty and elegant vintage styling at their Minikahda Club reception. 

There’s lots more to see from Sarah and Jeff’s beautiful day in our real wedding gallery!

Photographs by Paper Antler Boutique Photography

Bridal gown by Robert Bullock Bride

Bridesmaid’s Dresses by J. Crew

Ceremony: Westminster Presbyterian

Reception Venue: Minikahda Club

Day of Coordination by Sarah Bein of Landing Feet First

Flowers by Martha’s Gardens

Cake by Wuollet’s Bakery

And if you’re marrying in 2012… find out about Paper Antler‘s wedding photography tour around the country.  They are photographing fifty weddings in fifty states to raise $50,000 to fight human trafficking. (And they’re booking now)!

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