Wedding: Jen & Carien

From Jen: Carien and I had always wanted a low-key and intimate ceremony. Because we are from Michigan, where same sex marriage is not yet legal, I contacted my amazing wedding coordinator friend in Chicago, Jessie, and the adventure began. We were sick of waiting! Not to mention we wanted our daughter, Finley, to have two married mamas. We invited only our immediate family and our day could not have been more perfect… the venue, the flowers, the officiant, the photographer and videographer, and even the most delicious dessert table imaginable. It was more than anything we could have ever wanted, and the love we felt that day will never be forgotten. We want to sincerely thank Jessie and all of the vendors who were a part of our day. 

Photos courtesy of Emilia Jane.

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Event Credits

Attire: Dress - Katie NolffCakes and Dessert: Connie PareFlorist: Debi Lilly- www.debililly.comLocation: DL Loft, Chicago, IllinoisOfficiant: Anita Vaughan - www.anitaweds.comOther: Videographer - Paul Christopher Green - www.redweddings.netPhotography: Emilia Jane - www.emilia-jane.comPlanner or Event Designer: Jessica Pare - Chicago, IL - The W HotelVenue: DL Loft -
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