gretchen & nic
Gretchen & Nic are married! Their wedding was so much fun, lots of unique details, and they truly made it their own! Talk about unique weddings, it was unique from the very start! Nic had proposed to Gretchen by placing her engagement ring at the bottom of a box of their favorite wings from Hooter’s and despite it being a little greasy and ccrunchy, we all know Gretchen said “yes!” It’s truly an honor to be chosen by an artist/graphic designer to photograph her day. Gretchen is a freelance artist where she does photography and graphic design. Check out her work at Moonhouse Productions. Nic is a musician and they both love to write and produce music together. Scroll below to see what their wedding giveaways were!
Gretchen & Nic, thank you so much for sharing your day with us. Hope you had a great honeymoon in Chile! You guys are awesome and we wish you the best!
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“Liquid light” as my mentor would say… Love this shot of them! I’m not gonna lie, I kinda did the “happy dance” shortly after taking this shot =P
Gretchen, you are stunning!
My very first bird cage veil bride… and she really really rocked it! Doesn’t she look like Catherine Zeta Jones?
Wedding preparations were held at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place in Chicago
Gorgeous make up by Heather Lim for the bridesmaids and Tracy Pantoja make up for the Bride
Invitations by Janice Baria of Sealed with a J
Flowers by Raul Buendia… awesome job!
They tied the knot at St. Peter Catholic Church in Skokie
When Nic went to kiss Gretchen for their first kiss, he thought he had to take off Gretchen’s veil… it definitely brought on some laughter from everyone… this sequence was so cute, I had to include all of it! They’ll never forget their “first kiss,” that’s for sure!
Bridal party fun!
All of these shots were on their wedding day, after their ceremony… If you want photos, give us time, and we’ll give ya lots! Scheduling is key!
Their reception was at the Zhou B Art Center
Gretchen & Nic made and produced this mixtape for their guests! How cool is that?! I added a link for all the young’ens out there who have never seen a mixtape before… this is goin’ waaaaay back!
Their cake toppers were Halo figures!
They had matching shoes that had custom artwork painted on them of Easter Island in Chile, their honeymoon destination…
Other Vendors that we worked with:
Special Thanks to Erwin Delfin for helping out with photography
Music that kept the guests dancing through the night by Roberto Monastero
Invitations, paper goods by the talented Janice Baria of Sealed with a J
Transportation provided by US Coachways
Hot dog cart by Woody’s Special Events