Chicago Wedding with the Glam Feel
The couple met long before they started actual dating at the intermural softball game. None of them could ever think that they end up by having the magical wedding in the future.
As every little girl, the bride was dreaming about her ideal wedding day but without the small details like the flower arrangements and aisle décor: all her thoughts were directed on the wedding gown. But the things changed once she absorbed in the glow of rhinestones and beautiful flowers.
Their friendship started from the informal dates based on the mutual interests and roots for the Chicago Cubs and Bears. Shortly after they realized that there was something special between them. Almost three years later Matthew proposed to his girlfriend at the concert.
The wedding planning lasted about 14 months. On the wedding day the bridesmaids stunned in the gowns coordinated by Bari Jay, while the grooms wore the custom-made bow-ties and pocket squares by Chicago designer Elise Bergman.
The wedding ceremony was held by Rabbi Ari Moffic. As for the ceremony decor, it was beautiful and breathtaking.
The Beautiful Mess song by Jason Mraz was chosen to accompany the first dance of the husband and wife. The bride’s father picked the Paul Simon’s Father and Daughter for the daddy and daughter dance, which made the guests cry. The lyrical beginning set the tone for the marvelous evening: the dance floor was rarely empty. The last song of the nigh was Hang on Sloopy, which was a tribute both to the bride’s Alma Mater and the college friends.
In between the dances, toasts and greetings the guests were treated with the delicious meals and the beautiful wedding cake made by Joshua John Russell. It could boast the three distinct flavors, seven levels, and variety of custom-made sugar flowers that resembled the wedding gown details.
Everything on the wedding day went the best possible way!