If you had the chance to spend a little time with Mike and Elizabeth, you would know that they are passionate about music and passionate about teaching and helping others. They are such a perfect pair and we loved them for letting us be creative with their wedding. When we found out how classy and victorian their wedding theme was, we knew that parasols would be a great addition to all of their beautiful details. I love that we are just a hop, skip and a jump from Chinatown where they sell them by the dozens for only a few nickels. Mike and Elizabeth had their wedding at The Danada House which is a gorgeous property just west of Chicago and a perfect place for a wedding. Built in 1939 and with a whopping total of 19 rooms, the Danada House was the home farm to the 1965 Kentucky Derby winner, Lucky Debonaire. I can imagine that if I was a horse, this would be the place I would want to call home too.
As you can see, Elizabeth is just about as sweet and elegant as they come. I think the Danada House was the perfect location for the style and vision that she had always dreamt her wedding to be. We wish all the best to this awesome couple!
On another note, Matt and I returned from our trip to India last week and are working hard to get all of our images processed. We can’t wait to share a few of the stories and slideshows with you. We leave this coming week and will be out of the office for 5 weeks straight traveling to Amarillo, Birmingham, Dallas, Nashville, Knoxville, Tuscaloosa and my hometown of Marion, VA. Hopefully we will see some of you along the way!
Wedding and Reception Venue: The Danada House
Wedding Photographer: Avery House Creative
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