With the sun shining through the windows, Elizabeth got ready for her wedding day.
Wearing tones of pink and orange hued robes, the ladies excitedly got ready with the beautiful bride.
Elizabeth planned their Old Post Office wedding remotely from Boston.
Because her family lives in Chicago, they decided that the city would be the perfect spot to say I do. With a bright sunny sky to start the day, the happy couple got ready at the Westin Hotel along the Chicago riverwalk.
Because family is so important to them, they had sentimental touches sown into their whole wedding day. On her bouquet, Elizabeth had three lockets for her grandparents with photos of each of them. Brian wanted to have a special moment with his grandmother and wrote her a letter that brought tears to her eyes. The bride wanted a special first look with her dad and her two brothers.
Because the bride was so proud of her stunning dress, she couldn't wait for Brian to see her. He waited nervously across the river. Once they saw each other, it was all smiles for both of them. We walked around the riverwalk for photos, stopping at all the most beautiful Chicago wedding spots. Their families and bridal party met up with us at the Wrigley Building for some iconic photos.
After the Holy Name Cathedral wedding ceremony, it was time to celebrate at their Old Post Office wedding reception. Stopping for some photos at her favorite spots in the venue, including the bocce ball court, before heading to the rooftop. Because it was a perfect summer evening, guests enjoyed cocktails on the rooftop overlooking the city. Through lovely toasts, first dances and cutting the cake, the happy couple looked so adoringly at each other.
Reception - Old Post Office Chicago | Beauty - Elle Artistry | Florals - Primrose Chicago | Planning - Your Day with EK | Ceremony - Holy Name Cathedral | Jams - Cage and Aquarium | Eats - Beyond Catering | Dresses - Azadie Neela
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