Elizabeth and Alex initially wanted to host their wedding at Elizabeth’s parents’ home on Chicago’s North Shore, but when their list of their nearest and dearest began to exceed 150, they decided instead to emulate the feeling of an at home event with a brunch wedding at the Chicago History Museum. Personal details abound, including a chuppah hand-sewn by the couple’s mothers. Their beautiful reception featured long tables speckled with sweet terracotta pots and blue mason jars filled with mint, artichokes, and the most beautiful delicate blooms created by Fleur. I just love the light and airy images from Maypole Studios!
The following Chicago wedding vendors contributed to Elizabeth and Alex’s wedding:
Photography – Maypole Studios \ Floral – Fleur* \ Venue – Chicago History Museum \ Event planning – Joan Cinquegrani of Five Grain Events \ Portrait location – Lincoln Park Conservatory \ Gown – Caroline DeVillo \ Necklace – Bride’s grandmother’s \ Suit – Calvin Klein \ Catering – Food For Thought \ Bluegrass band – Larry King Orchestra \ Hair – Livia Caporale
*Fleur is a member of the EAD Vendor Guide