Sarah and Ryan decided it would be a great idea to bump around Milwaukee for engagement pictures.  What you don’t necessarily see in the pictures is the quite uncomfortable windchill we were dealing with this particular Saturday in January in Wisconsin in the Northern Hemisphere. haha

Seriously though – totally worth it!  We started off our travels on that always-used-for-engagement-photography bridge connecting the Milwaukee Art Museum to Wisconsin Avenue.  It’s a damn good bridge and photographs well.  #SorryNotSorry

We then headed towards the Pabst Brewery to capture some of those cream city bricks.  Sarah and Ryan also took this opportunity to fight over Brewers v Giants.  No word yet on the winner but I surmise that once the ring is on his finger, him and the Brewers will know their role.

A quick stop at the Hubbard Park Beer Garden (sadly not open year round) provided us with a sweet tunnel to shoot through.  On the other side, the two paired in flannel, channeled their inner Abercrombie while sprinkles of snow completed the scene.

We ended our engagement photography travels at Camp Bar Shorewood for a few final pictures, bloody’s for them and whiskey for me.  Protip:  This is how all engagement shoots should end.

Main Street, Memomonie, Wisconsin
Red Cedar State Trail
Devil’s Punch Bowl

Beautiful fall weather gave us some amazing color in a park in Franklin, Wisconsin. To top it off – the cute couple literally had a white picket fence in their backyard. Score!
Root River Parkway
Franklin, Wisconsin