Mitchell Park Domes
Greenhouse No. 7 Wedding
In a glass dome beneath the starry January sky, their parents and wedding party gathered for a Mitchell Park Greenhouse No. 7 Wedding! Gazebo lights twinkled and Rabbi Noah Chertkoff led an intimate ceremony of only the couples closest friends and family. In Jewish tradition, marriage is binding upon the signing of the Ketubah, and it’s an honor to be present for it. Blessings were said as tears of great joy fell. In this private ceremony, they were made officially husband and wife ❤️
✨ Joy, energy, full bellies, and giddy with libations ✨
Welcome to Abe and Michaela’s Mitchell Park Greenhouse No. 7 Wedding!
Getting Ready at the Iron Horse Hotel
Their day started with confetti popping and ended with a live band. It was giving Megan Markle and Prince Harry wedding vibes, Michaela and Abe edition.
See that fur coat in the middle photo? That once belonged to Michaela’s great grandma. And the broach in the far right image? That’s Michaela’s Grammy Bear on her own wedding day, in a “something blue” sapphire setting.
The energy was off the charts throughout the day, but the moments that truly stood out were the intimate ones. Where Abe wiped Michaela’s tears during their private vows, or that quiet moment of anticipation when sunlight streamed through Michaela’s window as she breathed deeply and gazed across the Milwaukee skyline.
Tradition and joy, timeless and romantic – created a medley that so perfectly reflected Michaela and Abe.
Jewish Wedding Ceremony Traditions
Mitchell Park Greenhouse No. 7 Wedding
After their private Ketubah signing in the Show Dome, guests gathered in for the Mitchell Park Greenhouse No. 7 Wedding ceremony. The bright glass structured allowed the stars above to shine though. Michaela walked under the brilliant globe chandelier above before arriving to Abe under the Chuppah, a canopy that symbolizes the new home that the couple is creating. Their heritage centered ceremony included beautiful the beautiful Jewish wedding traditions of Michaela circling around Abe seven times, reciting a blessing with drinking of (white) wine, sharing rings (on right hand), seven blessings, and Abe breaking the glass while family and friends gleefully exclaimed “Mazel Tov”!
Greenhouse Wedding Venue Wisconsin
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Reception Details: A Kings Table, fully decked out with menus on each plate, special pin lights, and a full velvet tablecloth. Farm Style guest tables with velvet runners, brochure table numbers with engagement photos, and a color theme of navy, burgundy, gold + taupe accent colors
The Vibes: Bold colors amidst romantic lighting creating an intimate feel despite a large group. We want our guests to feel joy and energy, with full bellies and giddy with libations, leading them to the dance floor all night – huge celebratory mood. Royal wedding meets moody, upscale speakeasy.
East Coast Wedding – What’s this!?
The evening was led, live by The Patrick Lenz band. In a modified east coast wedding fashion, guests were ushered straight to the dance floor from cocktail hour! It truly set the mood for the evening. After getting groovy, guests were treated to n luxurious dinner. And before we knew it, it was dance floor time again!
Mitchell Park Greenhouse No. 7 Wedding Vendors
Photography: Us! O & B Photo Co.
Coordinator: Molly at Events to a T, Milwaukee wedding planner
Catering, Bar, and Beverage : Zilli Hospitality Group
Cake: Simma’s Bakery
Invitation Suite: Debbie at Paper Envy
Officiant: Rabbi Noah Chertkoff, Congregation Shalom
Hair: Lexi Lee Hair
Makeup: Avenue M Salon & Spa
Florist: Drew of Flowers for Dreams
Wedding Gown: White Dress Bridal Boutique
Brides Shoes: Stuart Weitzman
Groom Appreal: Generation Tux
Live Music: The Patrick Lentz Band
Videographers: Kelly and Zach of Ward 3 Media
Getting Ready Location/Accommodations: The Iron Horse Hotel
Reception Venue: Greenhouse No. 7 at Mitchel Park Domes
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