Sam + Kyle’s Wedding: First Look and City Photos!

Part 1: Getting Ready!

All pictures were taken by the amazing Steve Koo Photography.

The morning of my wedding was a blast, but after I was all dressed up I could hardly wait to see Kyle. The first look was one of my favorite parts of the day. I can’t explain the excitement I was feeling.

We decided to do our look outside behind the hotel, where it was a little more private.

Here I am, walking up to Kyle, just before I tap him on the shoulder!

Right before the look, Steve was great and told us to take as much time as we needed . We stood there for what felt like forever just taking it all in!

One last hug and we were off to meet our bridal party.

We kept saying to each other throughout the day that we couldn’t believe the day was really happening!

Our first stop in the city was the classic Board of Trade. I love this photo!

In lieu of a traditional thank you card, I had Jackie from Shambora Studio’s create this Merci sign that we will use as our thank you card. She did an amazing job!

After the Board of Trade, we went to Millennium Park for more photos. It was a cold day so any chance we could, us girls would get close to keep warm.

After the park on our way up Michigan Avenue to Spiaggia, we jumped in the median for this awesome picture!

Right before we headed up to Spiaggia, Steve had just Kyle and I go accross the street to a small park for a few more pictures. I love this one of us crossing the street. My veil got in the way a lot through out the day!

There is this gorgeous gazebo outside of Spiaggia and Steve captured some amazing photos of Kyle and I underneath it. I love the lights and the dark sky!

Next up, ceremony and cocktail hour!

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