Bonnie and Michael in Lake Geneva, WI\\nOne couple's wedding mixes rustic details with elegant touches.\\nAnne Benjamin created a custom illustration of the bride and groom that was featured on both the wedding invitations and ceremony programs.\\nAs guests arrived for the ceremony, they were given mason jars that were then filled with their choice of signature cocktail: mango and vodka lemonade with a mint garnish, or honey ruby-red grapefruit-ade with sparkling rosé.\\nSwing Gitan played classic jazz songs as Bonnie's father walked her down the aisle.\\nThe ceremony took place overlooking the property's lake.\\nThe couple married beneath a custom-built chuppah of mahogany and chiffon made to look like a cabana.\\nHand-painted signs created by the bride and her friends led guests to the reception tent.\\nAs the couple headed to the tent for dinner, their guests waved sparklers. \\"It was an incredible feeling to run though a line of all our friends and family,\\" says the bride. \\"We felt so overwhelmed by everyone's love and support at that moment.\\"\\nWrought iron lanterns filled with ivory pillar candles alternated with cube vases of orange and green florals along the rectangular reception tables. Single oversized succulents in wooden vessels and votive candles in mason jars added to the décor.\\nThe groom's sister, who works for Blue Plate Catering in Chicago, helped the couple create their wedding menu that included a farmer's market hors d'oeuvres station of paninis, home made potato chips, and fresh fruit.\\nThe couple wanted a fondant-free dessert so they served hazelnut-flavored cake with a crème brulee and fresh strawberry filling that was covered in cream-colored buttercream.\\nAfter dinner, the couple was surprised with a fireworks display. \\"It was incredible and definitely rivaled any fireworks show that I've ever seen,\\" says the bride.\\nThe couple chose Sam Cooke's \\"You Send Me\\" for their first dance.\\nFig Media Company spun a mix of soul, hip-hop and ['80s] classics at the reception. \\"Bon Jovi's 'Living on a Prayer' literally had everyone jumping in the air,\\" says Bonnie.