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[W] – Pratik + Neha

Posted By on July 1, 2012 in wedding |

[W] – Pratik + Neha

The Quad Cities has never seen a wedding like Pratik & Neha’s. Believe me, I know. And its more than just because everyone local I met insisted on telling me that, but because it was evident to see that beyond the elephant, the three days of extravaganzas and the takeover of the biggest hotel in town… beyond ALL OF THAT, that the biggest thing on display was the sheer love between these two families. It was plain to see I was a part of...

[E] – Neha & Pratik

Posted By on February 5, 2012 in engagement |

[E] – Neha & Pratik

Not even a storm in the Northeast and a distinct lack of snow (sorry Neha!) could keep these two away from Chicago! It had been a really long time since Neha and I had met, and I hadn’t yet had the pleasure of meeting Pratik… and I was hoping he wouldn’t turn up in a tweed coat and sandals (and yes, I have clients that have done that!). Up walked Neha flashing that million dollar smile of hers, and walking close behind was a...

[W] – Deepak + Rosie

Posted By on September 23, 2011 in wedding |

[W] – Deepak + Rosie

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[W] – Nisha + Rav

Posted By on September 23, 2011 in wedding |

[W] – Nisha + Rav

WHERE:  The wedding festivities were held in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan, Nisha’s hometown. CHURCH: St. Mary’s Antiochian Orthodox Church, Livonia, MI When my best friend, Mini got married there 5 years ago, I knew this was the church where I wanted to be married.  It was gorgeous, Orthodox, as well as located on the West side (which is rare) in Livonia, the city I grew up in.  It was quite a bit of a struggle to get this venue (I won’t bore you...

[W] – Lindsey + Aaron

Posted By on September 13, 2011 in wedding |

[W] – Lindsey + Aaron

A few things about the wedding as told by Aaron and Lindsay: WHERE: Once Lindsay entered the magnificent ballroom at Lovett Hall she was blown away by it’s lore. A lore of vintage chandeliers,antique furniture,glamorous chandeliers and even a place where presidents before had dined and danced over the years. A garden ceremony was simple, understated and very much what Lindsay and Aaron had wanted. THEME/STYLE: Keeping with the vintage style of Lovett, the theme was aimed toward an antique affair. The tables were...