It was a beautiful day in Fort Atkinson for these sweethearts to tie the knot. Justin & Annie’s kind & gentle personalities are a match made in heaven, and I feel like the luckiest wedding photographer in the world to have gotten to photograph such a truly fabulous day for such a stylish couple.
Their lovely ceremony at the Old Frieden’s Church was surrounded by family & friends from near & far, and the reception, at the Kotz Family Home right on Rock River, was something out of a wedding magazine. Folk band, The Brothers Quinn, was the live music for the night, and the Jander’s had a custom brew crafted for their day called “Hoppily Every Jander” from Bent Kettle Taproom in Fort Atkinson (and Nick is STILL talking about it!).
The always-lovely Maggie Mielke, owner of Fort Atkinson’s Tailor Made, created Annie’s custom-made dress exactly to her
liking loving, and what a gorgeous and genuine piece it is, completely reflective of Annie’s sweet and flowery personality <3
With details packed into every avenue, Lisa Kotz (Annie’s sweet mother!), owner & operator of Fort’s bridal rental shop, Something Borrowed, did not disappoint with such wonderful unique, vintage tableware, furniture, decorations, and even the most adorable ice cream cart (which was just PERFECT for the amazing ice cream that was hauled from Texas to Wisconsin just for the Janders!)
It was truly a gorgeous, momentous occasion for Annie & Justin to unite the Kotz & Jander families, and Nick & I feel so incredibly lucky to have gotten to be a part of such a day.
Congrats again, Janders! We wish you two a lifetime of love and safe travels across the globe! <3