Wedding photography: Marta & Will

Wedding photography from Marta and Will’s wedding can be seen below. This is just a small gallery from December.

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Venue: Casino Club Chicago
Photographer: Heather Parker Photography
Wedding Planner: Greatest Expectations Special Events & Weddings, Inc.
DJ: Laura of Toast and Jam
Officiant: Toni Hassett – Unforgettable Ceremonies
Florist: Scarlet Petal
Inspiration for the flowers: The bride wanted something soft and romantic, mostly white with a touch of pink and some feathers to bring the theme together.
Wedding color/theme: grey, pale pink and antique silver with few feathers/old Hollywood glam
Cake: Bittersweet Pastry
Getting ready location: Raffaelo Hotel
Gown make/model: Angelina
Makeup artist: Kasha at MAC on Armitage
Hairstylist: Bianca Sementa from Urban Trend Salon
Bridal boutique: Weddings 826 – for dress and winter sash
Shoe make/model: Jimmy Choo – Nordstrom
Bridesmaid attire info: J.Crew
Tux make: Formally Modern on Clybourn
Groom’s shoes: Boss
Wedding day jewelry: by Weiss at Store B in Wicker Park, had the pin turned into a hair pin by Silver Moon in Wicker Park and the clip ons into earrings by a Jeweler on Wabash. Bracelet was borrowed, but also by Weiss. Right hand ring from Tiffany’s.
Wedding stationery:  Invitations, place cards, stickers: A Matter of Style Wayne IL, (Beth Tolbert)
Programs and menus- sweat and tears! DIY but the materials were from Paper Source
Popcorn Bar: Bought the glass jars at Homegoods, had a calligrapher write out the names, and the ribbon was from Hobbylobby. Put the ribbon through the labels (used left over seating labels) wrapped it around the glass vase. Greatest Expectations put it all together. The popcorn was from Garretts.

The place card table: the vases were from Hobbylobby, the branches were from the bride’s parents backyard and sprayed with antique silver paint, the ornaments found at an antique store before the wedding and they kind of kicked off the old/antique theme.