These two lovebirds have known each other since middle school, when each had a shy crush on the other. The sweetest couple ever, they were not about to let COVID stand in the way from saying I do. Brielle and Casey are so in love and were beyond grateful to gather at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church up in Marinette with an intimate group of friends and family. Before the pandemic disrupted their plans, Brielle and Casey’s original ceremony and big celebration was scheduled at the Green Bay Botanical Gardens. However, having grown up in the Marinette area, the church holds sentimental value, and was a beautiful place to get married.
Brielle and Casey plan to incorporate the Green Bay Botanical Gardens on their first wedding anniversary, throwing a party with all of their friends and family for an affirmation of vows (what a great idea!). In the meantime, their mini-mony was perfect! Brielle wore a beautiful yellow flower dress, complemented by an absolutely gorgeous bouquet of stunning flowers from Nature’s Best. Casey picked out the shoes Brielle wore, which looked so pretty! Brielle also incorporated a beautiful hairpiece and wore a pearl necklace and bracelet, which was the perfect contrast to her blue hydrangea bouquet.
Their unplugged micro wedding was short and sweet, featuring Brielle’s sister video-chatting from California. Brielle and Casey wore Mr. and Mrs. masks and once the doors opened and Brielle walked down the aisle, all of her pre-wedding jitters disappeared and were replaced by a huge smile and peaceful feeling. Brielle couldn’t believe she was finally marrying the love of her life! The ceremony ended with cheers and a sweet kiss.
Brielle found Sara June at a Brides and Bubbly event and was excited to take professional pictures with her now husband. After the ceremony we walked around to take individual pictures. Both had a ton of fun laughing and giggling in front of the camera for their portraits, savoring the first few moments of married life.
After the ceremony, family and friends chatted the night away over at an Airbnb that Brielle and Casey had rented for the reception. It was so important to talk with all of their guests, check in with how people were doing, and laugh lots. The entire elopement was fun, relaxed, and full of energy. Brielle and Casey can’t wait for their big celebration next year, including planning to recreate a romantic photo of their mini-mony, so they can hang the pictures side by side. There are so many great photos they could recreate – take a look!
Florist: Nature’s Best Floral and Boutique
Jewelry/Rings: Ashcroft and Oak (her ring is her grandmother’s engagement ring)
Groom’s Suit and Shoes: Express
Invitations/Programs: Sweet Magnolia Press