Posts tagged "chicago wedding planning"

When Wedding Guests Can't Make It

With devastation on the East Coast, Big City Bride is sending all of our good thoughts and prayers to the people whose lives have been blown around. Although Chicago has remained dry and safe, Big City Bride has brides, grooms, friends, and families whose front doors are underwater. In light of the Frankenstorm we are... Read more »

Al Fresco Anniversary

This weekend Big City Bride is remembering a favorite Chicago wedding from 6 years ago. Kelly and Jeff asked Big City Bride to transform their new backyard into the ultimate outdoor wedding in Chicago and we did so in just a few months of Chicago wedding planning! They are such wonderful people and we still... Read more »

Chicago Wedding Planning Without The Rules

Big City Bride will not plan a cookie cutter wedding. Our wedding planning style encourages couples to create a Chicago wedding that is unique to them and personal in every way possible. This might mean working with a Chicago caterer to develop a unique wedding menu with your favorite foods or one food station for... Read more »
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Perfection on NATO Wedding

You may remember a few months ago when Chicago was turned upside down by the NATO Summit. Chris and Mac had been planning their Chicago wedding at the Chicago Cultural Center, where the secret service decided to make their head quarters for their Chicago wedding weekend and Obama planned to host an event the following... Read more »

Flirting with Fitness

Workouts can sometimes be a drag, but many brides-to-be feel the need to kick it into high gear a few months before the wedding. We have found a workout that not only will get you feeling fabulous for your big day, but is actually a lot of fun too! Flirty Girl Fitness is a company that works... Read more »

Beating the Heat at Chicago Weddings

Chicago is HOT and even though a few raindrops are scheduled to fall, the temperatures aren’t expected to drop. So let’s deal with the heat that Chicago summers bring and embrace how wonderful it is to wear fewer clothes for a few months of the year rather than the coats that weigh us down all... Read more »
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