After years of toiling away to create some of the most beautiful events and floral arrangements concurrently, Golden Chic Events and Consulting and La Tulipe stumbled upon an opportunity they couldn’t pass up. In the heart of Port Washington’s main drag at 115 Franklin Street they found the rarest of combinations: the right space in the right place at the right time. With their combined aesthetic sensibilities, they have made this space the perfect blend of stylish and cozy.
While both business have found a wonderful partnership together in this space, neither are exclusive to the other and are excited to welcome all their vendor friends to check out their new digs. The grand opening was last night and it was a great turnout.
Check it out if you’re in the neighborhood or use this as an excuse for a day trip if you haven’t spent much time in Port Washington lately. It really is lovely.
Indeed, Melina have been saving this date for a long time! These photos were taken last fall with their two best friends (who unfortunately have not been invited to the wedding).
Time has flown by as quickly as a Milwaukee spring and they are getting married this weekend! Congratulations Melina and Chris!
Potawatomi Bingo Casino has seen steady growth over their many years. As they add on a new hotel and event venue, their stock continues to soar. Over the past few years they have steered themselves toward a Vegas feel (and away from the bingo hall feel). This newest addition pushes them further in that direction, reinforcing their classy approach to gaming entertainment and much more.
It’s hard to believe it’s already July, but now that the sun has come out it’s a little more convincing. Of course, in Milwaukee we are treated to fireworks fairly regularly throughout the summer. However, this round of explosions in the sky is specifically reserved for celebrating the independence and freedom we enjoy in our country. When most of the year politics tends to drive us into different camps, this is a nice time to set all that aside, have a picnic and ooh and aah at the spectacle overhead.
Ronnie and Christine have a huge and vibrant family, circle of friends and love. With both a Catholic and Indian heritage guiding them, they are surrounded by plenty of wisdom and a ton of tradition. Throw in Gesu and the Milwaukee Art Museum and you have a photographer’s golden trifecta: awesome people doing interesting things in beautiful places.
This was a great start to the official wedding season. Can’t wait to see what this year brings!