Camille and Matt’s spring wedding at North Shore Golf Club was nothing short of floral heaven, which is fitting as Camille is a florist herself! The cherry blossoms were still blooming on the trees, and the entire ceremony and reception spaces were dripping in floral goodness! Centerpieces boasted gorgeous roses and blush pink taper candles whose wicks danced as the meal was served. Everything about the day felt cozy, intimate, and intentional. I venture to guess that Matt and Camille’s love (both between each other and them and their guests) is also intimate and intentional, which made this day the perfect representation of who they are at their core.

The day began at North Shore Golf Club where we experienced a stray shower that thankfully lasted less than 15 minutes. Once that was over, the rest of the day was textbook perfect weather- 75 and sunny, not too hot or cold, with a light breeze blowing from Lake Winnebago. After the ceremony, guests were treated to a cocktail hour on the patio where a traditional German band serenaded them. As we snuck out of dinner for some sunset portraits, I found myself questioning whether we were in some exotic, tropical place- the view was just surreal! All in all, it was certainly a wedding to end all Rudolf sibling weddings 🙂

Camille and Matt, it was so special to experience this day with you! Thank you for entrusting this job to me. Prost!!

Venue: North Shore Golf Club // Florist: Ebb & Flow // Photographer: Christi Elizabeth Photography // Hotel: Copperleaf Hotel // Ceremony Music: Florence Strings // Cocktail Music: Keith Gennerman Band // Cake: Manderfields // Makeup: Jillian Dawson // Hair: Mary Beth Mitchell // Chairs & Whiskey Barrel Table: Moonlight Party Rental // Rings: Tiffany & Co. // Bridesmaid Dresses: Azazie // Bride’s Shoes: Badgley Mischka // Earrings: Dareth Colburn // Groom’s Tux: Brooks Brothers // Groomsmen Suits: Men’s Wearhouse // Place cards and Ceremony Paper goods: Zola // Invitations: Shine Wedding

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