Haute Wedding: Tasha & Jeremy

Tasha sent over pictures of her amazing Backyard BBQ wedding.  The wedding was so unique with every detail being though of.  We just had to share it with you!

Read on for the details as told by Tasha:

My husband and I were both very hands on in the wedding process as I am an event planner by trade and he is in the music business.  Our goal was to have the wedding reflect “Everything Us.”

We are both very down to earth, healthy, active, family oriented people with great taste in music.  We were originally inspired by the common Backyard BBQ.  We have small parties throughout the year with family and friends and wanted to take that feeling and just make it bigger.

The ceremony itself was something we both treasured very much.  We had our dear friend marry us overlooking Lake Michigan in Milwaukee.  We were surrounded by green plants as our guests sat on hay bails covered in different linens enjoying the music of The Hen House Prowlers (a Chicago bluegrass band).  My husband’s father had passed the year prior, so rather than lighting a unity candle, we invited our parents up to add soil to Ivy which represented eternity and growth of his father’s memory.

At the reception we continued the Backyard BBQ with banquet/family style tables covered in brown linens with fruits & veggies for table names.  We also brought in Saz’s catering (Milwaukee’s #1 BBQ) to bring the experience to life.

Overall, the wedding was everything we dreamed of and were so happy with every decision once it was complete.

Photos by Kat Berger.

Thank you so much, Tasha, for sharing your special day with us!

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