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Fresh Fall Wedding at Chicago History Museum

Chicago History Museum – The Space

Today’s fall wedding is located at one of our very favorite spots in Chicago. Nestled between the neighborhoods of Lincoln Park and Old Town, the Chicago History Museum is an ideal wedding venue for couples. The historic building is filled with white molding, crystal chandeliers and an iconic black and white dance floor. The cocktail hour is set in their outdoor plaza, overlooking lush gardens of Lincoln Park.

Wedding Details, Personal Flowers & the Cutest Pup you’ve Ever Seen

Anne & Jack were an absolute dream to work with. Anne knew she wanted a chic, fall wedding with hues of blue mixed in. The hues of blue were brought in through: paper goods, anemone flowers, ceremony streamers, napkins and glassware. The fresh white florals were created with small textures like lisianthus, delphinium, ranunculus, dahlias, queen anne’s lace and more! Rich greenery like camelia and ruscus were mixed in with olive to create texture. The couple took pictures with their precious pup Sebastian, who of course, wore a blue collar to match.

Fall Wedding Reception

Greenery and candles were draped up the historic back staircase. The fall wedding allowed for an outdoor cocktail hour with just a light jacket. Guests entered the Chicago History Museum to see the lush textures everywhere. Gorgeous olive arrangements flanked the room, white molded bars and band planters added chic detail, and lush low floral was just about everywhere else. And best of all, The Gold Coast All-Stars played on the stage all night with a packed dance floor. This is one wedding we would definitely like to relive.

Congrats Anne & Jack, we absolutely loved working with you and wish you nothing but the best!

Venue: Chicago History Museum | Floral & Decor: Life in Bloom | Photography: Nicodem Creative | Band: Gold Coast All-Stars | Catering: Blue Plate | Planning: Erin of Shannon Gail |

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