Rothschild Pavilion Wedding

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Rothschild Pavilion Wedding

I had the chance to reach out to the bride post Rothschild Pavilion wedding with a few things that she wanted to say about the day! She found that a few things made her day that much better. Her brother was the pianist for the song that she walked down to, both her sister and the groom’s sister read a bible verse during the ceremony. These things seemed to be very precious of her day.

Things that made her day go smooth:
The organization of the ceremony, reception, and when to had pictures taken went really well. Both the collaboration of Irish Entertainment and Boxcar Photography went really flawless in when things were going to happen and how they were going to happen. The caterer 2510 was a little more unorganized, they provided me the wrong table covers and asked me to go back to 2510 to pick them up, fortunately they had one of their employees come to the venue to drop them off.

I really enjoyed the bridal party recessional (not sure on the exact name) when we danced on the dance floor to Alone by Marshello

When the father-daughter dance occurred and my father started crying really hard. I have never seen him express so much emotion in my life so it was really touching to see him open up like that.

What stood out at our event was when I (the bride) had everyone sing ‘Come ‘n Dine’ to represent my grandfather that passed away and was a Carlson tradition that we would do at family gatherings.


Vendor shout outs:

Brand of Dress – Elegant Occasions

Veil – Homemade by the Bride’s mother

Suits – Men’s Warehouse

Hair – Design Hairwork in Mosinee, WI
Irish Entertainment was a great hit at the reception, Brandon Irish provided the atmosphere for this and really made the event memorable and enjoyable.




My favorite images are:

The photo of my dad walking me down the aisle and you can see the back of my mother’s head watching us.

The photo of Drew looking at me and tearing up, it was really touching seeing him get emotional as I walked towards him.

Drew and I looking into each other’s eyes with the blue water behind us.



More images to follow with some of these moments when I get more time to blog them!