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Bradley Hanson Photography

http://www.bradleyhanson.com
Based In: Minneapolis, MN
Other Locations: WA - Seattle, Tacoma, St. Paul, Orcas Island l WI - Madison, Milwaukee

Since 1999, I have been a professional photographer serving in Minneapolis, MN, Seattle, WA and international destinations. While weddings are my first love, I also apply my style to portraits, promotional images, live music, commercial and…

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Milwaukee wedding photographers are complimented with its historic neighborhoods, varied architecture, and lake views, Milwaukee is a big city with a small town feel. Brew City brides and grooms will have no trouble finding abundant spots for beautiful pictures in this breezy town. For great place-setting shots, grab your beloved and your Milwaukee wedding photographers and head to some of the area’s stately historic buildings – like the Pabst Mansion, the Milwaukee Public Library or Milwaukee City Hall. Consider including some of the area’s historic churches – like St. John’s Cathedral, and the nearby Cathedral Square, or the Gesu Church and nearby St. Joan of Arc Chapel (both located on the picturesque Marquette University campus). Or, take a stroll along the River Walk, through Old World Third Street – sample some handmade chocolates along the way – or through the Historic Third Ward. While you’re there, have your photographer snap some shots of you and your sweetie sipping lattes or sniffing flowers at Milwaukee Public Market. For something out of the ordinary, book a micro-brewery tour or a photo session at Miller Park Stadium. In this water-loving town, Lake Michigan is a main attraction. So, spend a little time with your wedding photographers down by the shores taking in the views. Walk or bike along the paths at Lake Front Park, rent a kite, and pose in front of the moving “wings” of the Milwaukee Art Museum. For some sandy shots, take your photographer over to Bradley Beach and splash in the waves. Or for something more romantic and serene, book a sunset cruise on a boat like the Iroquios or the Edelweiss. Of course, there are also plenty of beautiful parks and gardens in Milwaukee. If flowers are calling your name, consider checking out the Boerner Botanical Gardens – or for a year-round experience, try taking some photos at the always-warm Domes (Mitchell Park Conservatory). Whatever you choose, your Milwaukee wedding photographers will have plenty of opportunities to create beautiful memories of your special day.

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