Two families become one at this intimate microwedding in Chicago

June 21 2018 | bijouxandbits  
Photos by: iLuvPhoto
Two families become one at this intimate small wedding in Chicago
Photos by iLuvPhoto

Dora and Joel were married in Chicago. They originally planned on getting married in Hawaii, but with one daughter about to leave for the military and another about to leave for college, they decided to move their wedding date up and do it in a new shmancy hotel in the Wicker Park neighborhood, The Robey Hotel. Their guests were their children, two on each side, and two of their boyfriends.

They were married on the top floor with great views and a little rain. Thankfully, their brilliant smiles and Dora's gorgeous dress kept the day shining and lovely. Immerse yourself in this intimate microwedding that blended two families…

Two families become one at this intimate microwedding in Chicago

Two families become one at this intimate microwedding in Chicago

Two families become one at this intimate microwedding in Chicago

Two families become one at this intimate microwedding in Chicago

Two families become one at this intimate microwedding in Chicago

Two families become one at this intimate microwedding in Chicago

Two families become one at this intimate microwedding in Chicago

Two families become one at this intimate small wedding in Chicago

Two families become one at this intimate small wedding in Chicago

Two families become one at this intimate small wedding in Chicago

Two families become one at this intimate small wedding in Chicago

Two families become one at this intimate small wedding in Chicago

Two families become one at this intimate small wedding in Chicago

Two families become one at this intimate small wedding in Chicago

Two families become one at this intimate small wedding in Chicago

Two families become one at this intimate small wedding in Chicago

Two families become one at this intimate small wedding in Chicago

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Photography: iLuvPhoto • Venue: The Robey

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