oh boy, prepare yourself for one gorgeous milwaukee wedding. Matt Haas Photography left our jaws on the floor with this insanely stunning historic pritzlaff wedding filled with love, exposed brick, and one gorgeous couple. we love all of the vintage feel, the unique photos, the emotions that jump from our screens and leave us with lumps in our throats. this bride and groom look straight from the pages of a vintage magazine and you can see the details that they fit into their day leaving guests in awe. from the styling to the decor, we are head over heels for this vintage themed soiree. seriously, this wedding rocks.
Venue: Historic Pritzlaff Building // Catering: Chef Jacks // Photographer: Matt Haas Photography // DJ: Sound by Design // Dress: Miss Ruby Bridal Boutique // Jewelery and Headpiece: Etsy // Shoes: Caparros // Groom’s Suit: Calvin Klein from Men’s Wearhouse // Florist: Moss Floral Design // Save the Dates + Invites: Designed by the BrideFrom the Bride:
Being a Graphic Designer and Nic an Architect, we wanted our venue to reflect our love for art, design and old architecture.
The Pritzalff Building covered all the things we were looking in a venue. Years prior to our wedding and engagement, Nic and I were at the Pritzlaff for an art gallery opening.
We both immediately fell in love the the old raw space. After our engagement Nic did research to see how we could get a wedding to happen there. Sadly, he came up empty handed. It wasn’t until one day before we almost settled with a different venue that we got word the Pritzlaff just opened as a wedding venue. We rushed over to the Pritzlaff to meet Cori Coffman (VP of Creative & Events)
You can tell Cori has an appreciation for art and uniqueness. She was open to anything we wanted to do for our wedding. Its not everyday an event coordinator lets you get married in an old loading dock tunnel.
Nic and I were so pleased with our venue and vendors. Our day was filled with such joy and happiness. Nic and I have been doing long distance for over five years, that has spanned from Milwaukee, Chicago and India. I wanted our Save The Dates to reflect the distance and love we have shared over the years in so many places. The take home gifts and guest book were postcards we had made from our own personal photography collection from the three cities we have had our relationship in. For the invitations, I took the unique elements from our venue (the street lamp and wall sculpture) and recreated them on the invitations.