Chicago History Museum

Real Wedding Teaser - Inspiration Board

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One of our favorite clients of all time was married this past fall.

The wedding ceremony took place at the super-charming St. Chrysostom’s church, nestled on a residential street in the Gold Coast.  And the reception?  Bliss fave - Chicago History Museum.

JEH had a personal style meant for us.  Layers of J. Crew and accents of Kate Spade – modern updates of classic styles.  When she said she was toying with a color palette of Navy, Fuchsia, Kelly Green and Glittery Gold we thought we would die!

We would be honoured to help bring THAT vision to life!

As a little teaser, we would like to share the inspiration board we created in the early stages of our planning process.  This visual, conceptual tool was used as inspiration for everything from attire to stationary to florals and linens.

 

Stay tuned to see how the inspiration board came to life this past October!

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Feature: Natasha & Matt

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]We LOVE when our fabulous weddings are featured in bridal magazines.  We feel very honored and proud to share our work with everyone. Please check out the latest in "The Knot Chicago" Fall/Winter 09 issue on newstands now.  It is a wedding from a VERY fun couple, Natasha & Matt.  Her dress was to die for and we LOVE the deep rich purple colors in her bouquet.  So dreamy! Her theme was natural and organic.  We used lots of natural elements, river rocks, blooming branches, white birch and bird motifs.

 

One fun thing about the wedding was most of her bridal party lives in California and are choreographers.  They surprised the bride and groom at the reception with a full on performance of Michael Jackson's Thriller dance - the original.  It was amazing!  We helped them rehearse in a secret location at the gorgeous Chicago History Museum.
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