Chef Bruce Alexander, well-known for his landmark restaurant at Hotel du Nord in Sister Bay, is enjoying his ninth year at Alexander’s in Fish Creek. Door County’s oldest and finest full-service caterer for parties of 40-400. They can serve indoor and outdoor weddings and they are open the year ’round.
Contact Kevin Free, Catering Assistant for a consultation regarding your special day at 920.559.0988.
Chef/Owner – Bruce Alexander
Bar Manager – Bonnie Spielman
Kitchen Manager/Sous Chef – Shane Clarke
Dining Room Manager – Laurel Ciohon
Pastry Chef – LynLee Luebke
There’s a revolution in wedding photography style with the rise of artistic representation.
Wedding photography serves many purposes: to document your event with candid and formal photos, to capture family members in time and to create artistic interpretation. Alisa Landman specializes in fine art photography for your wedding, by focusing on the artistic interpretation of the bride. She captures artistic photos of the bride at the special moment, when she is styled just before she walks the aisle.
The Alpine Resort on the shoreline of Door County, provides a classically beautiful Door County setting for your special day.
Your wedding party will enjoy breathtaking views of the waters of Green Bay, gorgeous woodland scenery and the scenic beauty that Egg Harbor provides as a lovely backdrop for your wedding photos.
The Alpine’s Hof Restaurant is well-suited for a charming wedding reception and your guests will dance the night away in its spacious rooms overlooking the bay.
Lucy Hodkiewicz turns life’s fleeting moments into everlasting images.
She says, “Weddings are one of my favorite things to photograph! I want to tell your story and capture your love.”
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They have rental cars, rental minivans and rental vans available at highly competitive prices. They proudly serve the temporary vehicle needs of customers all across Door County and surrounding areas.
Ana believes every photo should share a tale of truth, and preserve a fleeting, gorgeous flash of genuine emotion.
Armed with just her camera and a keen stylistic eye, Ana strives to capture the natural expressions, personalities and connections of the people in front of her lens. As she says, “The precious, fleeting seconds of a loving gaze between a couple or the joy of a family laughing with their arms around each other are examples life’s poetry unfolding – and they’re worth holding onto.”
Ana is a natural light photographer covering weddings and more in Door County, De Pere and the Green Bay Area.
Andrea loves photography. With the knowledge that every couple has their own story, she loves using her camera to capture that story, photo-by-photo.
Telling stories with images is her favorite occupation. Capturing them is her passion. From her experience, the stories are there, just waiting to be retold in a photo.
“The setting, the individuals and all of the details are what make being a photographer so special. It will be beautiful because it’s you and it’s happening, organically.”
Tammy Lutze gets to know her couples well. She wants to know your vision for your wedding, your color-scheme and how you met.
Tammy’s love of photography first began on the other side of the camera as a model. This fantastic experience helped mold her into the photographer that she is today. It taught her beauty through the camera, light and most importantly, how to feel comfortable in front of the lens.
The Ashbrooke offers the perfect quiet wedding venue for adults only.
If you are looking for a picturesque setting for your wedding or to renew your wedding vows, this is the place.
Capturing real life as it unfolds…
Kelly Avenson says it best, “I love faces and the stories behind them. Photography allows me to tell a story, be it the story of a brand new baby, a high school graduate, a couple in love or a time spent on the beach playing in the sand with your kids. Everyone’s story is so unique and I am one fortunate woman to be able to capture that on film for you to treasure and share with those you love. To wake up and give the gift of smiles is truly amazing!”
The sound of the Highland Bagpipe will help you celebrate your big day in style. They will add a stirring, romantic atmosphere and finishing touch to your celebration. The powerful sound will make your Wedding unique and memorable. Pipers have been entertaining guests at weddings for centuries. Not only do they add great background music to the event, but a Bagpiper kitted out in full regalia turns heads in any environment. The piper is an attractive extra in photographs. Dennis Metz is more than happy to have his picture taken with any of the guests and speak to them about any aspects of the bagpipes or piping in general.
One of the most coveted positions in the food and beverage industry is that of a professional bartender.
Sharon Bosacki is a top notch professional, operator licensed, bartender who will make sure that your wedding guests are happily served.
Whether it’s your wedding weekend, you’re hosting a special event, or you want an exciting photo backdrop, Belafonte will make your special day as unique as you!
It’s owners refurbished the 1963 Belafonte in 2012, taking it from a dented, dirty, forgotten old camper, to the gorgeous head-turning retro camper it is today!
Belafonte is now available to rent for a variety of events. Weddings, cocktail parties, special events, or even just an amazing photo backdrop, Belafonte is yours to make your special day as unique as you!
Even if you have no idea what songs to have sung at your wedding, Ben with sit with you, sing you samples and find songs that mean something to both of you!
Ben always encourages couples to let him know of any songs that are special to them, and it is possible that he can learn them! Ben provides a sound system for himself, as well as for the officiant, and anyone doing readings.
Contact Ben with your wedding date to find out his availability. A Door County local, Ben has been music in different musical configurations since 1976! He learned quickly how to play guitar in the “Heritage Ensemble” (now called the “American Folklore Theater”) and performed 2 summers in Peninsula State Park. Joining his friends Michael Raye, and Bob Starr he performed with “Fresco,” “The Johnson’s” and “The Works” and more recently with Dan Mayhew in “Ben There Dan That” from 2007-2013. He donates his time to entertain residents at Pine Crest retirement home and the Dorchester’s “Rock N’ Roll” festival where clients rock in their rocking chairs, and roll in wheel chairs! Ben’s solo performance is split between sweet love songs, and funny, quirky, and even odd songs collected over the years. His favorite’s are by Loudon Wainwright III, Keb Mo, John Prine, and of course James Taylor!
Birch Creek is a natural wedding venue that uses the Dutton Concert Barn, a truly amazing backdrop and shelter for your wedding.
Booking your wedding or other event at Birch Creek will not only provide a vintage scene for your wedding, but also help to support advanced young musicians who attend the Birch Creek Music Performance Center during the summer music academy.
Björklunden vid Sjön, Swedish for “Birch Grove at the Lake” (but commonly translated to “Birch Forest by the Water”), is a 425-acre estate on the Lake Michigan shore just south of Baileys Harbor in Door County, Wisconsin. A place of great beauty and serenity, the estate was bequeathed to Lawrence University in 1963 by Donald and Winifred Boynton of Highland Park, Illinois.
Following a 2007 expansion project, the splendid two-story, 37,000-square-foot lodge contains a great room, multi-purpose and seminar rooms, dining room and kitchen, as well as 22 guest rooms. There are two lakeside decks, a second-story observation deck, an elevator and a computer lab. The entire facility has wireless Internet access and plenty of parking.
The fee for weddings and receptions is $2,750.
Jackie Ehlert‘s Blossoms Flower House creates arrangements for weddings and events up and down the Door County Peninsula, taking inspiration from the natural beauty of the Lake Michigan coastline.
The utmost consideration is taken to use seasonally appropriate, locally sourced materials at every opportunity. As no two weddings are alike, Blossoms Flower House offers individualized pricing that works within most budgets to deliver your dream flowers to every wedding and event!
“We were so happy to work with you throughout our planning process! You were so open to our ideas and to our vision. We were even happier on our big day when you delivered stunning flowers to us. Thank you for everything you did to go above and beyond for us!” – Debbie and Peter
The Boynton Chapel is a small wooden chapel built in a late 12th-century Norwegian stave church (stavkirke) style. Handcrafted by Winifred and Donald Boynton between 1939 and 1947 on the grounds of their summer residence, the chapel is modeled after the Garmo stave church at Maihaugen in Lillehammer, Norway. A popular site for weddings and a favorite stop among Door County tourists, the chapel contains 41 hand-painted frescoes and numerous exceptionally fine carved-wood furnishings.
The chapel is a seasonal building, so although it is available year-round, the temperature inside the building is the same as the temperature outside. The chapel accommodates 36 people sitting in pews. The lighting of candles or use of electric equipment (i.e. space heaters) is not allowed in the chapel. Battery operated candles and boom boxes are permitted.
Lawrence University’s fee for the use of the Björklunden chapel is $425. This fee is for use of the chapel only; there are no facilities for dressing, handling groups if it rains, or public restrooms. There is a two-hour time limit that must be strictly adhered to, as we often have multiple services on the same day.
Beth Peterson creates artfully designed, impeccably crafted, one-of-a-kind, wedding dresses.
Breathe Clothing is art for the body, created from excellent quality vintage and recycled materials. Her stunningly original wedding dresses are constructed to accentuate each bride’s best features.