Imagine a wedding day where the bride wears her mother’s gown, the groom designs everything from the signage to table numbers, and guests dine + dance the night away in a white tent next to Lake Michigan. Sounds perfect, doesn’t it? I absolutely agree, and that’s just a small glimpse of Annie + Keegan’s day.
Last August, I got to work with these two to document their day at Horseshoe Bay Beach Club in Egg Harbor. Door County is especially beautiful + lush in the summer, so I couldn’t have been more excited for Keegan + Annie to host their celebration in a spot that holds so much meaning for them both. Their day was filled with meaningful traditions, nods to family recipes (their wedding cake was Annie’s grandma’s recipe), and a whole lot of LOVE. And yes, even Annie’s gorgeous timeless gown was her mother’s, and was actually handmade by her grandmother. As you can imagine, family means the world to these two.
Annie + Keegan, congratulations again, and I can’t wait to see how your marriage + your family ties grow stronger over the coming years! Hugs to you both!
Wedding Creatives + Vendors
Ceremony Venue: Stella Maris Catholic Parish // Reception Venue: Horseshoe Bay Beach Club and Golf Club // Bride’s Gown: heirloom from her mother, designed by her grandma // Bride’s shoes: Badgley Mischka // Bride’s accessories: heirloom antiques from bride’s family // Groom’s attire: Egara, Calvin Klein // Bridesmaids’ gowns: J.Crew // Groomsmens’ attire: Egara // Floral design: Door Blooms Flower Farm // Paper Goods: Invitations, Minted; place cards, table numbers, seating chart by the groom // Photography: Laurelyn Savannah Photography // Videography: Vaughter Weddings // Catering: Horseshoe Bay Golf Club // Dessert: Bride’s grandma’s recipe, created by Horseshoe Bay Golf Club // Transportation: Door County Trolley // Band: Big Mouth and the Power Tool Horns