Family,  Photography

30th Anniversary | Kulick Family | Green Bay, Wis.

Jodi and Steve have just celebrated their 30th anniversary! These two have also just become first time grandparents! What a perfect occasion for them to celebrate!

These two are the parents/in-laws to my good pals, Max and Megan. And they are now grandparents to a very sweet Charlie Jo!

For a gift, because Megan is so darn thoughtful, she and Max gifted Steve and Jodi, a photo session with me while they were visiting Green Bay for a wedding! We met up at 8 a.m. at a park in the heart of Green Bay. This was right at the beginning of the fall colors turning, so we were able to grab some sweet shots of these two lovebirds and their growing family they will be able to share for a lifetime.

While looking through these photos , I encourage you to think of someone important to you and the last photo you took with them. Remember why you love them, remember how you felt smiling next to them. Professional or not, it’s so important to celebrate your love and friendships and memories with photos.

In five, 10, 15 or more years, you can go back and think about that person or people. You can feel what you felt at that time (just like when you re-read your favorite book and your heart swells with love as you turn into those favorite chapters and sentences.)

If you are one of the lucky people who know Steve and Jodi, be sure to think of your favorite memory of them, send them a note or message about it and wish them many more happy years together! (Bonus points if you have a funny hunting or fishing story!)

Cheers to, you Steve and Jodi! Your love is an inspiration to all those around you, and you deserve all the love in the world! <3 Happy Anniversary!

Would you like to document your family or family farm with heirloom photos and a written history to share with your family, friends and future generations? Contact photographer and writer Alyssa Bloechl for more information at or call her at 920-445-8727.

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