Chicago Wedding Day – Kelli & Adam
Like anyone might choose for a destination wedding, Kelli & Adam took full use of the city at their fingertips to showcase as much as possible about the city they love so much. Their Chicago wedding day spanned from North to South. With a ceremony under the stunning stained glass of Alice Millar Chapel and a reception at the classic Millenium Knickerbocker Hotel Ballroom, they were able to take advantage of a huge variety of architectural styles and classic eras to treat their visiting guests to a uniquely Chicago experience.
Favorite! (But you might know that already if you are following along for the sneak peeks on our Instagram!)
When 2 musicians get married, there’s really only one thing to do… Play with the band, obviously. 🙂
Congratulations Kelli & Adam! Thank you for allowing me the great honor and responsibility of documenting these special memories for you. Here’s to many more years of creating beautiful music together.
The Wedding Day Team:
Wedding Day Coordinator: Clementine Events | Ceremony Venue: Alice Millar Chapel | Reception Venue/Catering: Knickerbocker Hotel | Cake: Alliance Bakery | Florist: Vale of Enna | Band: Killing Karma | Hair/Makeup: RC Beauty | Transportation: Windy City Limo
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