Marsha & Eddie {Frankenmuth Wedding Photographers}

Have you ever been to a wedding and the bride just simply seems to radiate joy? That was Marsha all day long on her wedding day! Her and Eddie are a super fun couple and they had a wonderful wedding!

The ceremony was held at St. Lorenz Church in Frankenmuth, one of our favorite local churches to photograph weddings. It has a gorgeous sanctuary with beautiful stained glass and lots of great architecture outside as well. Marsha is a type 1 diabetic and requested a few photos, including one of Eddie checking her blood sugar before the ceremony. Following their ceremony and some family photos at the church, we toured Frankenmuth a bit with stops by the Covered Bridge and Marsha’s parents’ farm.

Their reception was held at Uptown North Main, which is a new wedding venue in Frankenmuth. This was our first wedding there and we liked it a lot! It’s a beautiful and modern space with lots of natural light. There were lots of personal touches incorporated such as Harry Potter and Star Wars quotes and decorations, and even a customized coloring book for the littles. The couple and their guests had a blast dancing the night away, including Sie Leben Hoch, a German tradition of well wishes for the new Mr. and Mrs.!

Marsha & Eddie: we wish you the best in your marriage! Congratulations to you both! -Beth & Mike

Reception Venue: Uptown North Main

Flowers; Frankenmuth Florist

DJ: E&J Entertainment

Hair and Makeup: Allure’a Salon and Spa

Bridal Gown: Memories Bridal & Evening Wear

Bridesmaids Dresses: David’s Bridal

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Wedding, senior, family and boudoir photography. Our photography studio is located in Clio, Michigan and we proudly serve all of mid-Michigan including Saginaw, Flint, Grand Blanc, Bay City, Midland, Freeland, Birch Run, Frankenmuth, Davison, Fenton and the surrounding areas.

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