I associate shot for Kevin Weinstein.
Bridget (aka Boo) and Patrick (aka Peaches) were married inside the gorgeous Saint Margaret of Scotland Church, on Chicago’s south side, and had a rip-roaring backyard reception behind Bridget’s parents and neighbor’s houses in the neighborhood of Beverly.
Bridget gets ready for her big day at her parent’s house.
Bridget wears the new earrings she just received as a gift from her soon-t0-be husband Patrick.
Bridget’s sister and a close friend help tie her wedding dress.
Bridget’s bright yellow wedding shoes.
Detail photograph of Bridget’s wedding dress.
Full-length view of the wedding dress hanging from a curtain rod.
Childhood photographs of Bridget in her parents house.
The wedding announcement.
Saint Margaret of Scotland church.
Stopped by Ridge Country Club for a few photos.
Peaches + Boo 4 Ever
Rainbow Cone showed up and made their famous ice cream cones for everyone.
One of my favorite photos from the day. Hilarious.
Bridget plays the trumpet along with several members of The Gentlemen of Leisure Band.
A pregnant woman (pink dress) and several guests touch the not-so-pregnant belly of a man.
Bridget does a quick set of pushups on the dance floor.
Late night eats were provided by a hot dog cart from Woody’s catering, serving Chicago-style hot dogs.
It was a great time documenting Bridget and Patricks wedding, and I’m not just saying that. They, along with their friends and family, were a dynamic and lively bunch and it shows in the photos. Congratulations to you two!
The morning after the blizzard, I grabbed a camera and explored my new, snow-covered (20 inches!) neighborhood and took some photographs. I wasn’t the only one excited to get out and play in the snow, several other people had the same idea. Since majority of the sidewalks were not yet shoveled the best method of travel was by walking down the empty streets. It was surreal.
I recently gathered some of Adelaide’s outgrown clothes & toys and headed to the nearby Salvation Army to donate them. While we were there, I found this awesome jelly bean covered kid’s helmet made by Nutcase (great name, BTW). Adelaide put the helmet and loved it. $2? SOLD!
No, I don’t make her wear the helmet in the house, she voluntarily put it on before riding (ghost-riding?) her firetruck scouter.