Tori and Jake got married at The SPRINGS Event Venue, which is a gorgeous Dutch Barn Style in Wallisville with countryside views. It was a stunning day and the sun shone all day long!
The ceremony was an intimate service inside a grand white hall filled with so much light from the windows. During the ceremony the couple had their children join them in for prayer. It was a beautiful way of involving everyone in the ceremony.
They decorated the area with their unity cross and a little touch of plants in vases down the aisle, which I loved. The reception was in the main hall at The SPRINGS Event Venue. I appreciated all the light the venue let in; it was gorgeous for portraits and candids. Weddings at The SPRINGS Event Venue are amazing, because video and photo ops are endless.
This venue is really peaceful and secluded, and one of the loveliest places to get married in Wallisville. The place offers an amazing atmosphere for a wedding – and there is a stunning arbor that’s perfect for photos.
AFTER THE CEREMONY
The couple had an ice cream cart in the afternoon, and cake and champagne in the evening. The party was relaxed and filled with happy children playing throughout the large room. For dinner, they had Texas BBQ with the traditional sides, and the first dance was to Ed Sheeran. They finished off the evening with some couple’s portraits outside the venue.
Tori wore a floor-length gown and Jake wore a charcoal suit and tie; they looked really incredible. The flowers from Tori’s bouquet and Jake’s boutonniere added just the right amount of color to make their outfits complete.
These two getting hitched on a Monday, made a great start to my week.
If you’re planning a wedding at The SPRINGS Event Venue in Wallisville, get in touch!
It was my very first time visiting Wisconsin and I could not have wished more on my visit; a beautiful wedding, a beautiful day, and a beautiful couple! Plus the weather in September actually felt like fall was on its way and I loved it – sorry Texas, but sometimes you’re too hot! Bennett and Sara, thank you for taking me on a journey I didn’t think I needed. I hope nothing, but pure joy, laughter, and love with one another throughout the years to come.
How they met
High school may have proven to be one of the most important times in the lives of this pair. Sara walked into what seemed to be an ordinary classroom, but quite the opposite was true. This classroom belonged to Bennett and his favorite teacher. On September 25th of 2013, while Bennett sat eating lunch, Sara walked in sparking a friendship that would shape the rest of their lives. The duo began dating just three years later, nearly to the date.
Now onto the newly weds big day..
Thirty minutes into the thirteenth hour of the day on September 14, 2019, Sara became Mrs. Bennett Serchen. It was a beautiful space in time anchored by the strength of a love worthy of imitation. Skys the Limit Production had the honor of capturing the start of their journey with video.
September is an incredibly special month for Bennett and Sara. It marks the start of everything they have been and will be to one another. Every year, to honor their beginning, they venture through Holy Hill. The tradition allowed Bennett to catch Sara by complete surprise with a proposal that involved the entire family for a walk that featured the most sacred moments of their relationship until that point.
With a truly beautiful, elegant, catholic ceremony the two entered into forever as one. The stained-glass windows anchored perfectly into the walls of the massive chapel couldn’t compare to the awesome light illuminating from the crowd gathered to bear witness. Joy floated around the room, coloring each face with a tailored hope for the couple.
Sara was flawless in her white lace, floral gown; accented with a simple gold sequined belt at her waist. Bennett looked dapper in a classic tux with a bow tie, and a soft yellow and burgundy boutonniere.
The occasion was sprinkled with live music and timeless utterings, promising spiritual renewal, and unconditional love. Not long after the ceremony concluded, the two dashed to their black dodge chariot, playfully running circles around it, Bennett in some vintage black and white converses and Sara in her own classic white high-tops, before heading to the reception.
The happy couple snuck in a stop at a beautiful park where people fish frequently, and then at Uncle Harry’s Frozen Custard & Ice Cream to share a kiss in front of a large wall-size chalkboard congratulating them on their union.
Eventually they joined the rest of the party, away from the arches of the church, at a stylish venue crafted with activities for the whole family to enjoy. Live music flooded the stylish room. Not only did guests fill the huge dance floor, but some serenaded the crowd with karaoke, while others opted to exercise their mental aptitude with a giant Jenga game. There is little doubt that a great time was had by all.
Skys the Limit Productions would like to offer a special thank you to the beautiful couple. Best wishes!