A Jam-Packed, Blended Tradition Wedding

Taylor and Favian had an extremely large and blended-tradition wedding. Favian comes from a large family with Mexican wedding traditions. One of them includes lifting the groom high in the air and stripping him of his socks, shoes and jacket on the dance floor. It is insane to watch!

Taylor and Favian’s wedding ceremony was held at Sepia Chapel in Two Rivers, WI. The chapel is immaculate. It’s a newly-renovated former church with tall ceilings, beautiful columns and an eclectic metal and crystal decor. Truly a photographer’s dream to photograph. Especially with all of the natural light.

The wedding reception was held at Waverly Beach in Menasha, WI. It was packed to the brim. Hundreds of family members and friends came together that evening to celebrate their wedding.

We took wedding photos at Neshotah Park in Two Rivers, WI during the “golden hour” of photography. The light was perfect. It shone just through the branches of the trees to give us backlight. Which helped make their smiles shine even brighter ;)

Congratulations, you two, on your wedding. I have enjoyed working with you two so much!

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Adam Shea

Adam started his wedding photography business in 2007 with a passion to follow his dream.  Since then, he’s served hundreds of couples in Wisconsin and across the country.

"My goal is to preserve invaluable memories clients," he says.  "I shy away from heavy, unnatural filters and go for bright, vibrant colors.  I want my clients' photos to remain timeless."

At home, Adam adores his wife, two daughters, and sheltie puppy.  He loves to fish, garden and roast coffee.  He's a self-proclaimed coffee nerd and you can usually find him in Timshel Cafe in Neenah sipping a cup of joe.

When not photographing weddings, Adam uses time-lapse photography to capture natural phenomena.  "Uncovering the hidden is fascinating," he says.  "If I can uncover something hidden in our everyday lives, and show it to other people...well...it just excites me."