Megan and Eyton came to us wanting something “different”. They’d seen plenty of stale wedding photos and needed a story that matched their fresh attitude, relationship and style. As individuals and as a couple, they are originals, and their entire day, not just their photos, reflected that. Not many couple’s are as at peace as these two, as demonstrated by the easiness with which they collectively dole out their unique brand of sweet and sarcastic (you can guess which one is which).
They chose The Helen Zelazo Center at UW-M for their ceremony, a performance center donated to the university by Eyton’s grandparents. What a performance it was! The tone set by many friends and family members coming up for reading s though out the ceremony, it was punctuated by Eyton’s exaggerated stretching preceding the breaking of the glass.
We made the most of an abandoned, graffitied building and a random garage in a less random alley before embarking on an incredible party of a reception at Cuvee. The rest of the night was a bit of a blur, but fantastic food was eaten, champagne flutes and chairs alikewere raised in the air, fun was had and art was made.
Many years of happiness for Megan & Eyton!