2021 was the best year yet for Nicole Miro Photography in multiple ways. I say this every year but I am truly grateful for every single one of my clients! Each and every one of them has placed their trust in me on one of the most important days of their lives. I continue to do this FOR YOU! You’re the reason my business is here today.
To celebrate this year and all of the weddings I was able to capture – I wanted to do a blog post that compiled some of my favorite epic wedding portraits from the year! Comment below to tell me your favorite!
Charlotte and Patrick went through a last minute roller coaster of changes but they rolled with it and had an amazing wedding day! Read more about their day here! My favorite epic portraits from their wedding day were their veil toss photo and their night portrait when it started snowing!
Kortney and Michael postponed their wedding to this year from 2020 and it was worth the wait! You can read more about their wedding day here! My favorite epic portrait from their wedding day was after the rain subsided. They went out for a few portraits with just the two of them and they ended up being some of my favorites from the day!
Kelly and Chris are dear friends of mine so it was such an honor to be able to photograph their wedding day! You can read more about their day here. My favorite epic portraits from their wedding day were their veil toss photo in front of the dome and also their twirling portraits by the famous “Rudy” bench across the lake. SO PRETTY!
Cat and Reese’s summer Bowery Barn wedding was a blast! I can’t wait to hang out with them again next year when I photograph Reese’s brother’s and Cat’s maid of honor’s wedding! You can read more about their wedding day here. My favorite epic portrait from their wedding day is with the Bowery’s vintage truck. It perfectly captures the spirit of the venue.
Gabrielle and Daniel’s Beauty and the Beast inspired wedding was FULL of epic portraits. I really had a hard time picking for this one. You can read more about their wedding day here. In the end I chose this portrait because it really showcased the grandeur of the day with the Grain Exchange as the background.
Allison and Grant planned their wedding day all the way from India. They had a very particular vision for their 20 person wedding day. You can read all the details here. My favorite portrait from their day was from their petal toss at the end of their ceremony! I love all of the emotion present in this photo! Honorable mentions goes to their rainy Milwaukee portrait!
Kate and Andy celebrated their wedding in 2020 but this year was their big party! Their wedding 2.0 was so much fun and you can read all about it here. I loved Kate’s cape addition to her wedding dress this year and we had fun getting some epic portraits of her and Andy with it!
Jenny and Michael’s wedding was all about the food! I left with my belly and heart full after this wedding day! You can read all about their day here! My favorite portraits were the ones we took on the roof of the Delafield Hotel right at sunset.
Devon and Andrew celebrated their wedding day with so many meaningful details – including portraits at a spot they hold close to their hearts. You can ready more about it here! My favorite portraits from their day were ones that we took at a Green Bay park – the lighting was perfect and I loved all the warm fall colors and foliage!
Abby and Ben had a beautiful fall wedding day in Wausau, WI. Their wedding day had the prettiest fall foliage! You can read more about it here. My favorite epic portraits from their wedding day were their night portraits! They turned out so beautiful and were the perfect way to end such a fun wedding day!
Alison and Keith celebrated a very chilly winter wedding day at the Filament in downtown Milwaukee. I couldn’t choose just one photo for their day because I loved the photos of Alison with her emerald coat and also when she changed into a fun jumpsuit and we took some epic night portraits!
It’s hard to believe that we just celebrated these two a few short weeks ago! Bianca and Michael’s wedding at Notre Dame was fit for royalty. There are so many epic portraits from their day but I chose one of their night portraits because it truly shows off that their wedding was right before Christmas with all of the lights in the background.
I am SO excited to see what 2022 has in store for Nicole Miro Photography. There is going to be a lot of change on the horizon. I hope you continue to follow along!
You might also enjoy last year’s recap!
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