Dynamic Events Wedding: Elizabeth & Brad’s Details!
Whenever we are involved with a Dynamic Events wedding, we know a few things: it will be an unforgettable experience, every detail will be tended to, and the bride and groom will be thrilled with the results. Elizabeth and Brad’s wedding weekend was no exception. The 1.8 million crystals used to make the Milwaukee Art Museum even more magical than it usually is guaranteed that. Yes, 1.8 million crystals.
Yes, 1.8 million crystals.
Elizabeth can say it better than we ever could. “Working with David and his team was one of the best parts of the planning process. Not only did it make planning stress-free and fun, but he also is an idea machine! He suggested things we hadn’t even thought possible and truly created our fairytale wedding. We are forever grateful to him.” Indeed, the entire team at Dynamic Events by David Caruso are a dream to work with, from a bride’s perspective as well as a fellow vendor. Not only do they prioritize the couple, family, and guests experience, they assemble a team of vendors that do the same.
This wedding was big. So big we are splitting the story into multiple blog posts. This one is all about the amazing artisans that came together to create this day. You can see the whole list of talented artisans at the bottom of this post. Please make sure to check out the story blog to see the rest of Elizabeth and Brad’s story.
Elizabeth and Brad also got around in style with this vintage car!
The Milwaukee Art Museum has never seen such opulence! The team of vendors that Dyanmic Events by David Caruso put together strung 1.8 million crystals on a structure set into Windover Hall to transform it into the “Chandelier Ballroom”!
Here are Elizabeth’s words about her amazing flowers: “We have worked with Gregory for many years, and he never disappoints. The flowers were one of the most important aspects of the day for us, and we had a very specific vision. Gregory went above and beyond this vision and made the flowers a primary focal point of the day, just how we wanted it!”
Even the details about how the cake was going to be displayed was well thought out. The Cake Lady created a 6-tiered cake that is on a table suspended from the ceiling with a chandelier underneath! Surrounded by white blooms, this cake was one-of-a-kind!
Front Room Photographers: Neil and Eron
Coordinator: Dynamic Events by David Caruso
Ceremony Venue: Old St. Mary’s Church
Reception Venue: Milwaukee Art Museum
Wedding Dress: store – Vera Wang Chicago; designer – Vera Wang
Bridesmaid Dresses: Bella Bridesmaids
Ceremony Music: Gabriel’s Horns
Entertainment: Ron Bedal Orchestra
Lighting: Majic Productions
Staging Equipment: Canopies/Classic Event Rentals
Furniture: AFR Event Furnishings
Stationery: Paper Envy
Illustrator: Rosemary Fanti
Cake: The Cake Lady
Flowers: Gregory & Co.
Linens: BBJ Linen
Ice Sculpture: Art Below Zero
Custom Rental: Barking Pony Studios