Chic Chicago Wedding at the Museum Of Contemporary Art
November 18, 2014
Classic WeddingsMuseumReligious Institution
Clary Pfeiffer has a beautiful way with the camera. So when she steps behind the lens to capture a wedding as chic and classic as this beauty, I know we are in for a treat. And let me just tell you, this gallery is certainly a treat. Modern and sophisticated, this couples' beautiful day plays out like a dream, leaving us with a stunning collection of images that each look like a work of art. See them all here.
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From Clary Pfeiffer...Today I'm submitting a gorgeous wedding that has the perfect mix of classic and modern. The couple married in the oldest churches in Chicago and wore classic attire but their venue was at the Museum of Modern Art. They are also completely adorable together. Below is a write up from the bride.

From The Bride...Keith always says it was love at first sight, but it took me a little longer. We met our first year in college at DePauw University; Greencastle, Indiana. Three years later, we started dating. Since then, we've been together through six moves, five jobs, four apartments, and now, one wedding. Long distance isn't for everyone, but it made us strong communicators, and an even stronger couple. Now that we're in the same place and life has settled down, we couldn't be happier.

When you have the perfect Chicago spring day, everything seems to go right. And that's exactly what happened on May 31, 2014. It was a warm 72 degrees with a lake breeze, and after nearly eight years together, we were getting married. From the ceremony to the reception, the day moved beautifully. The feel of our Museum of Contemporary Art party was fresh and modern, with clean lines and all white tables. We aimed for timeless elegance, yet kept the celebration chic and current. Nothing says spring like white tulips, peonies, and ranunculus (bride's favorite flower), which were spread throughout the main gallery floor. To make the grand gallery space feel more intimate, yet still dramatic, we opted for two long king's tables to seat our 175 guests. Perhaps our favorite memory of the day was dancing our first dance, as the Bubbly Creek Band played. Our love for Bluegrass music is something we enjoy as a couple, and their performance was fresh and fun--a great way to transition into the party! We couldn't have asked for more love and energy from our guests!