Claire and Aaron’s intimate Chicago wedding took place at the Thompson Hotel in the Gold Coast, with a beautifully cozy dinner reception following in the library of Gilt Bar in River West. This was the couple’s second marriage, so they chose to go the short and sweet route. Claire’s son walked her down the aisle, where Aaron met her with a big smile and lots of laughter sprinkled the ceremony. Afterwards, the couple chose to forego any big portrait sessions, dancing, or speeches. Instead, friends and family gathered together and simply mingled in joyful celebration.
There’s something incredibly special about a tiny, intimate wedding with only immediate family present. Lauren and Rob got married at Holy Name Cathedral in downtown Chicago with a full mass and all of their children present.
Love at first sight: some believe in it, others don’t, but when you learn about these newlyweds your opinion might just change.
Laurie and Mike married in a small, intimate wedding in Lincoln Park, surrounded by their closest family and friends. Following the ceremony, guests enjoyed lunch and backyard games at Little Goat!
Jessica and Jeremy’s summer wedding at Ovation was truly one for the books. From morning mimosas with the bridesmaids to dancing the night away with friends and family, there was never a dull moment!
After shooting Colleen and Keven’s engagement photos, I couldn’t wait to be a part of their special day. My favorite shots of the day are definitely their first look, shot in Lincoln Park!
Melissa and Kyle’s wedding can be summed up in just a few words- LOTS of dancing!! Their reception, held at Victor Hall, included choreographed dancing from the bride and groom’s parents, and Kyle surprised his bride with a dance number including all the groomsmen!
This outdoor wedding was the definition of a fairytale wedding, including a horse-drawn carriage! The bride and groom even included their furry little friends, fitted in their own doggy wedding attire.