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Art Institute of Chicago Wedding | Betina and Mark

That couple whose faces you can’t see up there is Betina and Mark.  And those beautiful stained glass windows that you see illuminated behind them are Marc Chagall’s America Windows, made famous by a certain film about a certain guy skipping school.  A little further down in the post, you’ll see Betina and Mark and their wedding party in front of a Jackson Pollock painting.  That’s because Betina and Mark had their wedding and reception at one of the most impressive art institutions in the world, The Art Institute of Chicago.  What a dream come true for art geeks, right?  Take a look at their big day…

And that my friends is the story of how Betina married Mark in an art museum.  Thank you so very much Betina and Mark for having me be a part of your story.  It was fantastic to have the chance to get to know you both over the past few months, and between you and me, I’m never going to forget those awesome toasts at your wedding.  Six, huh?  😉

 

Betina and Mark’s Creative Team

Venue and food–The Art Institute of Chicago 
Cake–Magnolia Bakery http://www.magnoliacupcakes.com/
Flowers-Tracy, owner of Mille Fiori http://www.millefioriflorist.com/
Day of Coordinator- Lauren Cohen at Studio LMC www.studioLMC.com
Lighting- Sound Investment http://www.soundinvestmentav.com/
Band- Angel Melendez angelm0911@yahoo.com
Hair- Custom Hair Lounge Chicago http://www.customhairlounge.com/
Dress- Monique Luhillier 
Invitation- Bella Figura letterpress

 

Amanda Summerlin

Amanda Summerlin

Artist and Explorer at Amanda Summerlin Photography
Hello. My name is Amanda. I make neat pictures of nice people, drink coffee and whiskey (sometimes at the same time), and travel. I love traveling so much, I won't charge you any travel fees to photograph your wedding. Check out my travel info page for all the details. And see my blog for all the cool photos.
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