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Rebecca + Brian – Pabst Mansion Anniversary

The Pabst Mansion was built in the late 1800s for Captain Frederick Pabst, founder of the Pabst Brewing Company. The mansion is a stunning tribute to renaissance design. The building’s historic architecture and interior design makes it a charming and unique wedding venue in Milwaukee.

Rebecca and Brian were married a few years ago, but didn’t have a big wedding celebration. We spent an afternoon at the mansion in celebration of their anniversary with a wedding style session. The couple had fun creating new memories and celebrating old ones. The session was filled with romantic glances, stolen kisses and cheer. Enjoy this romantic Pabst Mansion anniversary wedding session.

Romantic Pabst Mansion Anniversary Wedding Session by Paper Elephant
Closeup of bride looking down and couple smiling in Pabst Mansion by Paper Elephant

My favorite moment of the session was photographing Rebecca in the Ladies’ Parlor.  The Parlor is breathtaking with the rich pink and ivory color palette, carvings and sculptures. Rebecca’s beauty and elegance was perfectly reflected in this room.

Lovely bride looking down in Ladies' Parlor of Pabst Mansion in Milwaukee by Paper Elephant
Pretty bride full length in Pabst Mansion ladies' parlo by Paper Elephant
Bride and Groom looking at each other in the Pabst Mansion ladies' parlor by Paper Elephant
Classic Bride and Groom seated in the Ladies' Parlor of the Pabst Mansion by Paper Elephant
Playful teasing between the bride and groom in the ladies' parlor of the Pabst Mansion by Paper Elephant
Bride and Groom looking at ring at Pabst Mansion by Paper Elephant
Pabst Mansion Dining Room Candles in front of bride and groom by Paper Elephant
Modern Milwaukee Wedding Photography by Paper Elephant - Pabst Mansion Couple

Rebecca and Brian were standing behind the table looking into the room behind me. This immediately reminded me of Grant Wood’s painting ‘American Gothic‘ and inspired this image of a modern, yet historic couple living in the Pabst Mansion.

American Gothic Bride and Groom at the Pabst Mansion in the Dining Room by Paper Elephant

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