I’m excited to be sharing some more images and details from past weddings here on the blog! So much thought and planning goes in to creating each of these days. When I look back at these albums, it’s like reliving a great travel experience, where you are flooded with all the little details and memories of what physically being there was like.
Mallory and Jeremy got married at one of my favorite venues in the whole region, the Chicago Botanic Garden. I’ve had the opportunity to work at the Garden multiple times over the past few years, and every single time the experience is incredible. Their staff and catering team is top notch. The property is gorgeous, and your guests get access to the Gardens for the entire day if they want to come over early and explore on their own. Mallory’s style brought soft and romantic touches to the day and let the gardens really showcase their own beauty. My favorite part of this day (and so many of our wedding days) were just how lovely their friends and family were to be around. Genuine excitement, celebration and the most relaxed fun atmosphere!
These personal vow books were one of my favorite keepsakes from the day. Especially if you’re writing your own vows, I think there’s nothing better than having them tucked in something beautiful for your ceremony. Computer print outs just don’t cut it for words like these.
Jeremy had a custom suit made and this sweet message included on the collar. It also included a jacket lining printed with photos of the two of them together throughout the years.
These ladies were such a fun group and might still hold the record for my favorite bridesmaids dresses. I loved the print detail and it was the perfect balance of soft and pretty and really fresh and fun.
This little guy totally stole the hearts of every single guest as he came down the aisle in his custom wagon.
Mallory’s Sister-in-Law presided over one of the most heartfelt ceremonies. Personal, warm and a beautiful way to step into marriage.
Guests were seated at tables named after the coupe’s favorite travel destinations and featured a photo of them on their adventure there. Keeping all the photos in black & white with simple silver frames tied everything together and kept it looking sophisticated. Mini bottles of limoncello were a fun treat for guest at each pacesetting.
A little sparkler send off capped off the night!