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Love at Breathtaking Heights
An Exclusive Boutique Wedding Show Hosted By
The Metropolitan Club
Saturday, January 23rd, 2010
2:00pm - 6:00pm
Mingle among Chicago's elite wedding vendors while enjoying hors d'oeuvres, signature cocktails & spectacular views.
Guests will also get a chance to experience the Willis Tower Ledge on the 103rd floor, courtesy of Skydeck Chicago.
All brides will receive a reusable bridal bag on their way into the
show. The first 10 brides will also receive a complimentary dinner for
two to The Metropolitan Club plus other fabulous prizes.
Winners will be drawn at 5:30pm; must be present to win.
To pre-register please contact Stephani Thompson at 312.993.2529 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Guests registered by January 21st, 2010 - $10
Non-registered guests - $15
Complimentary tickets for pre-registered Metropolitan Club members and children under 12
"To start, I think the best way to describe Devon and myself is full laughter and love. With Devon's military schedule, we are not together a lot of the time. Every moment we have together we cherish. I envision our wedding as a fairytale. I'm just so happy to have found the love of my life and share our happiness with our family and friends. We are very easy going and laid back couple who love to have a good time.
Onto the Ceremony: I am beyond anxious to walk down the isle with my dad to Devon. I am so filled with love and can not wait to say our vows to each other to be husband and wife in front of God and our family and friends. I'm a little nervous about this however, well... because I tend to be a lil emotional and afraid the tears of happiness, joy and love will be flowing. (note to self, waterproof mascara) I have a surprise planned for the ceremony (shhhhh! Don't tell anyone!) Devon loves the bagpipes, so I have found a bagpipe player to come in at the back of the church and play after the pastor has announced us as husband and wife."
Don't you just want to hug Margie after you read such sweet, beautiful words?
Well, I assure you, Margie looked stunning as a winter princess bride and Devon is probably one of the easiest grooms I've worked with.
Margie is also really into barns - as am I - so we braved the single digit temperatures for a few snaps. (Thank you to my second photographer, Maggie Rife, for assisting in such frigid cold.)
This post is a little detail heavy, because I was sooo in love with the decor at Cog Hill Golf and Country Club.
I hope you all enjoy this wedding as much as I enjoyed photographing it.