He took a chance,,,,

Bryce and Cece grew up in Oconomowoc. They met during high school and had mutual friends. Bryce told his best friend, Zach, he wanted to ask Cece to Homecoming. Zach, the best man, spoke about this during his speech, saying Bryce was nervous to ask her, and Zach was nervous if she said no Bryce wouldn't want to play video games after the dance. Lucky for both of them she said yes! After being together for 10 years, the two got engaged in December of 2020. It was cold and Bryce was nervous, so much so he forgot his keys and they were locked out of the house, but that did not stop him. He found a way into the house and in a private, quiet moment asked Cece to be his wife. Their relationship continued even during a few years of being apart when Cece moved to Alabama. They incorporated so many unique items for their special day, from the baseball bat style beer mugs, to the custom Nike tennis shoes that said, Mrs. Mac on the back!

Baseball bat mugs perfect for groomsmen

Baseball style mugs

Wedding day perfume from Chanel

Chance by Chanel

red white and blue wedding details for an all american wedding

Red, white and blue

Nike custom shoes for the bride and matching Louboutin high heels

Mrs. Mac

Take me out to the ballfield,

Bryce and Cece knew they wanted to get married at the Brewers Stadium, American Family Field. They love sports and especially love going to Brewers Baseball games. The opportunity to get married at a venue they love to spend time at was the perfect choice for them. And who wouldn't want to be down on the field and in the dugout for the most unique " Just married " portraits! Walking through the corridors leading out to the massive stadium was an experience not to be forgotten. The wedding guests also were able to have a tour of the field and many took advantage of that opportunity. The coordinators Jacque, and her assistant Anna, made sure everything was perfect for the event.

bride glows on the field of American Family field Milwaukee
Milwaukee Brewers home field wedding
special wedding photos in the dugout at Brewers stadium Milwaukee
Bride and Groom celebrate with home field advantage, American Family field
American family field  a beautiful day for a wedding

First look,

The first look took place at the Mitchell Park Domes, in Milwaukee. Considering the temps were in the mid twenty's the morning of the wedding, this was a very good choice! The Domes are a popular place for Wisconsinites to visit and the Saturday we were going to be there was no exception. There was a line to get in but the Father of the Bride had secured a pass/permit so we could get the bride, groom and wedding party in without delay.

The spring dome was the perfect setting for their first look. When entering the spring dome we were met with warmth and an array of color and blooms. It could not have turned out better and even though there were many visitors, Bryce and Cece were only focused on each other. Cece wore a beautiful gown by the Madi Lane collection from Miss Ruby Boutique in Milwaukee. And she customized her veil at Savvy Bride of Brookfield, WI.

An intimate ceremony, and unique cocktail hour,

The ceremony was attended by close family and friends. Cece choose Kate, from Savvy Bride, as their officiant which added to the intimacy as they were already friends. They choose a framed picture of their engagement photo to add sand from the field, and colored sand to match their theme. The baseball theme extended into cocktail hour, with racing sausage macarons from Kaseys Confections and you had to run to get one they went so fast! Guests were serenaded by the Sterling & Brass Lake Country Quintet, and I couldn't help but notice they all wore spats! Every detail was perfect.

Brewer field sand adding to the baseball theme wedding at American Family Field
Racing sausage macarons were perfect cocktail hour treats at this reception in Milwaukee
The Sterling and Brass Lake Country Quintet serenaded the guests during cocktail hour

Let's dance,

Guests were treated with premium dining by Delaware North Sportservice, which has been a partner to the Brewers since 1970. The cake was the centerpiece of the room prior to the Grand March and was a beautiful four tiered masterpiece from Simmas Bakery in Milwaukee. The room was full of blue and red, and touches of gold, just like the florals in the bouquets and table scapes. The couple entered to the song, "Happy Together" and excitement and joy filled the room. It was the perfect song for a perfectly in love couple. For a late night snack there were Cracker Jacks among other treats. I think for Cece and Bryce the "prize" was saying "I do."