The Prettiest Dress We've Ever Seen
This dress is a big deal. Because I swear I've looked at thousands of gowns in the ten years that I've been writing this blog and this gown just definitely makes the list for one of the prettiest I've...
This dress is a big deal. Because I swear I've looked at thousands of gowns in the ten years that I've been writing this blog and this gown just definitely makes the list for one of the prettiest I've ever seen. Definitely top five. And the bride just happen to choose the most gorgeous bridesmaids dresses EVER (Jenny Yoo, obvi) to compliment her chic, timeless with a twist style. With florals by Kehoe Designs, coordination by Reva Nathan, photography by Emilia Jane and cinema by Vibrant Film, this wedding is everything. Everything. And I didn't even get to the ice cream bar. Click here to see the whole she-bang.
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From the Bride...Scott and I met in Chicago and were, at first, just friends. Three years after meeting, when the timing was right, our friendship became something more and we started dating. When we decided to get married two years later we didn't know where we wanted the celebration to be held, but knew we wanted something unique. After exploring many ideas which included a family farm in Texas, Italy, Napa and even on board a vintage train, we opted for Chicago, the city where we lived and loved so much. Scott and I were so excited to host our friends and family in The Windy City which truly shines in the summer. We kicked off the weekend with all guests on a private Architectural Boat Tour, one of our favorite activities for out of town guests.

For our wedding ceremony, The Peninsula Hotel's rooftop terrace was the most perfect setting which felt like garden of white florals and green succulents (thanks to Kehoe Designs) that was dropped in the middle of the city surrounded by skyscrapers. Though the attire was black-tie, the evening was relaxed and casual, but still elegant. Our good friend served as officiant and my grandparents read the Jewish traditions which we incorporated into our intimate ceremony.

After the ceremony, the terrace quickly transformed into cocktail hour where guests dined on dim sum, a homage to our first official date in Chinatown, before entering the ballroom for dinner and dancing. We wanted the evening to feel fun and personal. The fun was provided by Ken Arlen Orchestra which had guests on their feet all night with the last ones leaving at 4 AM. We personalized the night with custom candles in lieu of place cards, my favorite hometown ice cream Custard Cup, a Texas themed grooms cake from Bite Sized Baker, and late night Chicago style deep dish pizza and whiskey bar - the groom's favorite. The night was captured perfectly by Emilia Jane Photography and John Hoel Videography. Guests left with a fortune cookie to finish off their dim sum which read, "A hangover is in your immediate future.
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Cinematography
Vibrant Film
Event Planning, Coordination
Reva Nathan
Floral Design, Decor
Kehoe Designs
Wedding Dress
Alon Livne
Makeup
Shannon O'Brien MUA
Hair
Renee Feldman
Lighting
Frost Chicago
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Band
Arlen Music
Venue
Jennifer Clarke At The Peninsula Chicago
Groom's Cake
Bite Sized Bakery
JC
Custard
Jarling's Custard Cup
Ls
Late Night Pizza
Lou Malnati's