When Miranda and I met almost a year before her wedding, I knew that we would work well together – she was all about the fun little details of the day! Miranda even used quotes from the book The Time Traveler’s Wife in their ceremony programs because the ceremony and reception was held at The Newberry Library, where so much of the book took place.
Miranda and Rich planned such a fun wedding celebration and incorporated so much of their personalities into the details. I had such a great time working with them both!
Cake: Luscious Layers
Ceremony + Reception: The Newberry Library
Caterer: Food Evolution
DJ: Kate + Rachel from Toast & Jam
Florist: Kio Kreations
Hair: Kelly Schaul
Lion Dance: Seven Star Lion Dance Group
Makeup: Jen from Sonia Roselli
Photographer: Jeremy Lawson Photography
Photo Booth: 312 Photo Booth
Videographer: I Do Films
Trolley: Flying Lady Livery
All photos by Jeremy Lawson Photography.
I love long, fabulous lashes and Miranda totally rocked hers!
There was a little bit of a vintage feel to the wedding day, and the dress was just perfect.
Miranda even wore an awesome birdcage veil. Love this shot of her!
Brides often wonder how it works when it’s time to put the dress on. Miranda’s mom took care of kicking everyone out while Miranda slipped on the dress. Usually the photographer is invited back in when it’s time to zip up the dress.
While the girls finished getting ready, the guys hung out in the trolley and made sure Rich was ready to go.
After a morning of getting ready, it was time for Miranda to leave the hotel…
…and see Rich for their first look! This is always such an exciting moment.
Do you spy Rich’s awesome shoes?
With the first look over, it was time to load everyone onto the trolley to take pictures around the city.
Jeremy Lawson is great at catching awesome shots from unique points of view.
This is one of my favorites!
Miranda and Rich very obviously had a lot of fun throughout the day!
They enjoyed hamming it up for the camera.
Up next I’ll share Miranda and Rich’s ceremony and reception at The Newberry Library!