A quiet moment at the Chicago History Museum

Our staff photographer who was onsite to shoot the set up of an absolutely breathtaking wedding at the Chicago History Museum this past weekend captured this beautiful quiet moment.  The room was set.  The candles lit.  And the bride and groom enjoyed a moment together taking it in. 

We are so honored to have shared a part in this perfect day for Natalie and Christopher.  

Details of the reception florals at The Chicago History Museum
The vintage silver candelabra designs include white hydrangea, white callas, Mondial roses, Claire de Lune garden spray roses, white phaleanopsis orchids, white dendrobium orchids and stock flower.  The four gold taper candles add the perfect touch.  The lower table florals were lush and full, designed in silver vintage bowls accented with stephanie candlesticks and pedestal dot votives and mercury glass.
The bride and groom were married underneath our custom ivory draping art deco chandelier featuring phaleanopsis and dendrobium orchids.  Stunning.  
Congratulations to Natalie and Christopher.  Thank you for inviting us to be a part of your perfect Chicago wedding.   Cheers to Kayla at Big City Bride for a beautiful job well done.
Photography by Ashland Addison’s staff photographer Amanda Kowalski.

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