Winter is slowly coming to an end in Chicago, but Sam and Jesse were able to capture the beautifully snowy for their engagement session last month. Sticking true to their wedding theme the added a few personal touches in honor of the popular TV series Game of Thrones. The day of their engagement session at Graue Mill in Oak Brook was no different than any Chicago winter day, cold, wet and dreary. However, the weather didn't stand a chance against Sam and Jesse! Their smile
While a wedding in itself is a magical time filled with hope and excitement, a Christmas wedding is something unlike anything else. It is hard to explain the magic of Christmas combined with the love of a wedding. I suppose if I had to put it into words it would be pure bliss... and Kellie and Matt's wedding at St Charles Country Club was nothing less. The day was filled with laughter so loud you could barely hear the person next to you. As I walked into the reception room
Harry took the microphone as he and Nancy stepped onto the dance floor. It was time to give their thank you speech. With all eyes on the couple, Harry glanced down at his sheet of paper and began reading. They began by thanking everyone for coming, including many out of town guests. Peggy, Nancy's sister and Maid of Honor, came in from Houston. Dan, Harry's son and best man, flew in from New York with his wife Sae. They proceeded to recognize birthdays that were in the
FREEZING!!!!!! That is probably the first word that comes to mind after today's engagement session. Along with dreamy, romantic, stunning and amazing!!!! Yes, it was cold. With the wind whipping at us it brought the temperature down to near zero degrees. However, with the chilling temperatures came a blanket of fresh white snow creating a picturesque backdrop among the trees. As we walked briskly through the fields towards our destination I learned about Nicole and Jeff.
The weekend before Thanksgiving George suggested he and Margo spend the day in the city. Margo, being a planner, asked if they should make plans to eat somewhere. George said, "nah, we can figure it out" and left it at that. Little did Margo know George already had a romantic plan in the works. We all know how crazy the holidays can get, so when Margo's Mom suggested she get her nails done before her date she knew something was up. George had booked a horse drawn carriage