Sugarland, a classic old Wisconsin barn turned into an amazing venue, surrounded by rolling green hills, a ceremony spot under a beautiful Oak tree, was the perfect setting for Abby and Tim to exchange their vows and celebrate their marriage.

I had the pleasure of meeting with Abby and Tim several times before their wedding day to help plan their wedding. Above all they wanted a day of calm, but a well coordinated day, so they could relax and enjoy themselves. Abby is a detail person, and had great instructions for all the events of the day.

There were many highlights of the day, these are a few of my favorites:

  • The flower girl, ring bearer, and the nephew, carrying a sign that announced “Here comes your Bride”!
  • The setting for their ceremony under the Oak tree
  • The perfect cake
  • A thunder storm that was timed just right
  • A sparkler send off for the newlyweds

Some of the coordinating tasks I did were:

  • Coordinating their rehearsal
  • Coordinating with all the vendors
  • Picking up flowers the morning of the ceremony
  • Arranging table flowers
  • Setting up signage
  • Setting up gift/card table, cake table
  • Sending the Bridal party to the ceremony
  • Securing cards and gifts

Despite the weather, heat and rain, it was a day full of love and fun, and a beautiful start as their life as Mr & Mrs and I am so happy I was invited to be a part of their celebration!



Thanks to all the great vendors who helped make the day fabulous!

Marie Schneider Photographer

Sugarland Barn and Old Feed Mill Catering

Scott at Hy-Vee Floral Fitchburg

Travis of Madtown DJ

Curtis and Cake   

Rev. Joan M. Pape


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