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Welcome to the Homburg Photography Blog!

We are Karl and Stephanie Homburg, a husband and wife team of portrait and wedding photographers working throughout Northeast Wisconsin.

We love people in love, squishy newborns, energetic toddlers, grown ups who can laugh at themselves, and clients who forget we are taking their picture. We pride ourselves in capturing the moments and details you don't want to forget.

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Mr and Mrs Nate Anderson: Married June 21st, 2008! {Green Bay Wedding Photography}

GREEN BAY, Wis. Okay friends, pull up a chair and grab a beverage. This is going to be a LONG blog entry. I feel like I have so much to say about Nate and Amanda and their beautiful wedding.

Let’s start with the details. Nate and Amanda spent countless hours adding personal touches to their wedding day. In fact, Amanda camped out overnight to ensure they would be able to use Pamperin Park for both their ceremony and reception. Pamperin is a popular location for photos after the wedding, so Nate and Amanda had the best of both worlds by having their ceremony there.

Amanda recruited help from her dad to make sure there ceremony site was perfect. Amanda found a picture of an arbor on the internet and Dad took it from there. Can you believe he built that??? It fit perfectly at the park!

Amanda’s Dad isn’t the only person good at design! Nate had this necklace made especially for his bride. Such a thoughtful gift.

Inside the reception hall, Nate and Amanda passed up flower centerpieces for something a little more unique. Each table had a pair of goldfish. The DJ suggested they all be named Nate and Amanda!

Now by having an outdoor ceremony, Nate and Amanda took a big risk. The weather is completely unpredictable. And before the ceremony even got underway, we found ourselves stuck in a couple of rain storms.

We had to work quickly between the downpours, but it made for some fun reflection shots.

And when it wasn’t raining, we had some great clouds and yummy light.

Unfortunately, as we got closer to the ceremony start time, the clouds looked ominous. In fact, it was even sprinkling as Amanda and her dad made their way down the aisle.

Amanda and her dad waiting for their cue to walk down the aisle, as everyone else said a little prayer to keep the rain at bay.

Despite those scary clouds, the rain stayed away throughout the ceremony.

Married! I love the emotion in this shot. Crying grooms are few and far between. Nate’s tears really pulled at my heart.

After the ceremony, we explored the park for some bridal party and couple pictures.

I can’t say enough how great it was to be just a short walk away from the reception location. Not having to travel all over town for pictures really allows for a calmer more comfortable photo session.

Nate and Amanda had their first dance to…wait for it… “Amanda” by Boston. I love how everyone was watching them, but they clearly don’t care!

And it wouldn’t be a real blog entry without a father daughter dance shot. I was definitely a little teary at this point, perhaps because I know Amanda is moving away from her family to start a new life with her husband in Kentucky.

Nate and Amanda, Karl and I are so happy for you guys. Good luck with your big move and the exciting times ahead in a new city. Have a glass of sweet tea and make a trip to Chick-fil-a for me!

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