This fall floral wedding at Schubas was full of warmth and joy. Allison and Brad were the loveliest to work with and totally trusted our recommendations throughout the planning process. Brad is a graphic designer and had a great vision for the day. It didn’t hurt that they got the most beautiful weather and fall foliage to complement the design.
This modern white wedding at Loft Lucia is impossible not to be obsessed with. Sarah and Seth put so much love and attention into it and it showed. From a heartfelt ceremony on the roof to late night-hot dogs, this wedding was impossibly chic without losing the FUN that was to be had.
Intimate fall backyard wedding? Why yes, we absolutely do. This was a highlight of our season to be sure. Not only are Ellie + Luke the kindest people, but their taste is exquisite. We love this example of a small wedding (family only!) but it was still so thoughtful and no detail was forgotten! Just LOOK at these flowers!
This grunge-chic, styled shoot was inspired by Luella Bates. Miss Luella Bates is believed to be the first licensed women’s truck driver. Bates was the first of six female employees of the Four Wheel Drive Auto Co. During World War I, she was a test driver traveling throughout the state of Wisconsin in a Model B truck. After the war, when the majority of the women working at Four Wheel Drive were let go, she remained as a demonstrator and driver. Both an expert driver and a mechanic, Bates was more than capable of completing all maintenance on her truck.
A vintage glam backyard wedding bash you say? Well, if you know anything about us at this point you know we’re moving mountains to make this happen. Victoria + Sam’s original event was stymied because of Covid, but they took it all in stride and literally moved the whole thing from what was to be a museum wedding to this beautiful slice of Illinois just a few months before the big day. Luckily, we were here to help make that happen.