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“ Milwaukee girl in NYC ” by KateAusten
As my best friend used to say, I'm just a little girl from the Midwest with Southern ties living in Manhattan. I'm originally from Milwaukee, attended college at Boston University, returned to Milwaukee for a year of fun, moved
to Dallas for a complete change of pace and a good career start, and then followed a job to New York City where I've been for the past 3 years.
I met my awesome fiance while living in Dallas, thanks to my Delta Delta Delta sorority connection to his mom. We now both live and love the Big Apple (any Texan who moves to New York City for a girl must really be in LOVE!).
We're getting married in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on May 14, 2011.
And yes, I'm a big fan of LOST. :)more »
“ About Us ” by SoontobeaHug
My fiance, Mike, and I met in 2005 after I had graduated college and finished an internship. I started working as a event and banquet manager at a restaurant where he was the bar manager. It was actually a place that I worked all
through high school and when I came home from college on breaks. Mike had also worked for the same company, but a different location, during the same time period and we never met. We were friends for a few monthes and it soon became much more.
I knew we would be getting engaged soon ( I thought by the end of 2008) but Mike totally surprised me on April 18th. He had called me at work during the day and said that his brother had asked us to babysit their two kids that night and the next
morning. Mike asked that I call him on my way home from work so he could tell his brother when to drop the kids off. Being totally oblivious to anything I called Mike on my way home and looked forward to a night with my two favorite kids. As I
pulled into our condo I noticed the shades were closed in the kitchen...'Weird!' I thought to myself, I never close the shades in the kitchen. I wrote it off to Mike probably broke something and didn't want me to freak out when I pulled in. When I
opened the door to our condo I was shocked, everywhere you looked there were rose petals, vases of flowers and candles. I immediately thought that it looked like the epdisode of friends were Monica proposes to Chandler and vice versa. I gasped and called
Mikes name. He was waiting for me with the ring and asked and through tears, laughter and the typical 'are you serious?' questions.
We will be married on September 19, 2009 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The theme of our wedding is family. We are using photos of Mike and I as part of our table numbers and we have a table with pictures of old family weddings going back
four generations. This theme will also be played up with our name cards, and with the photo booth that we will have for guests to use.more »
“ The Wedding Basics ” by SoontobeaHug
We are getting married on September 19, 2009 at St. Monica's Chuch in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin. It is a gorgeous, huge, old church with a lot of character. I'm a little scared about the actual walk down the aisle as it is 151 feet long!
The ceremony will take place at the Italian Conference Center in Milwaukee. My family is Italian and so this place has very important meaning to my family. Not to mention that the food is amazing! We are planning on 250 people at the dinner and
reception. We have six couple standing up with us and they range from family to friends, a ring bearer and flower girl and two ushers.
Photograher: Expressive Photography-Caitlyn Jeffreys
Florist: Twins Floral
DJ: All Star Music-Craig
Photobooth: Party Picture Booth
My Dress: Marisa 796 in ivory with white lace, I adore my dress. It is not something that I would have ever picked out for myself but Kira at Zita's Bridal was amazing and said that I had to try it on, it would look better on me than the hanger.
She was right, I didn't want to take it off.
My Shoes: Manolo Blahnik-Svelti Nappa Silver
Bridesmaid Dresses: Dessy and After Six in Clover with Ivory accent-there are four different styles the girls can choose from.
Invitations are being done by a friend who is a very talented graphic designer.
I am creating our table numbers, rehearsal dinner invites, name cards and some other small things. I am also in search of 10 16" (about) tall glass cylinder vases for my floral arrangements and 15 round bowls/vases about 5-6" tall.
“ Engagement Pictures ” by SoontobeaHug
We took our engagement pictures in early October, on a gorgeous Indian Summer day. The pictures were taken at Lake Park in downtown Milwaukee overlooking Lake Michigan. We will also take some of our wedding photos there. Our photographer is
Caitlyn Jeffrey from Expressive Photography. She is FANTASTIC! Here are some of my favorites.