Winnie & Kim was planning their wedding to be held originally in Chicago when they decided to elope at the most romantic place in the world. They knew that it would be a once in a lifetime affair so they decided to go all in with their elopement. Along with some of their closest friends, they tied the knot at The Ritz, one of Paris' most iconic hotels.
Lindsay is a wedding planner herself and wanted something different for her own wedding as she's "seen it all". With family and friends coming from all over the USA, they wanted to throw the party of a lifetime. Her idea: An NYE Gala nobody will ever forget!
Courtney and Johnny had been planning their dream Cabo wedding for quite some time when Coronavirus hit and shut down their original wedding venue in Cabo. With a little patience and help from their wedding planner, they were able to move their wedding date and venue to a later date. On July 25, they finally tied the knot in the gorgeous sands of Cabo San Lucas.
Cindy and Ivan come from two different cultures where family plays a big part. Having a guest list of over 300, they booked out Pazzo's at 311 for their reception hall. They even hired a traditional Jordanian band for their grand entrance! And because Cindy works as a producer for McDonald's, it was only fitting to have McD's for their late night snack.
You can never predict November weather in Chicago. One day, it's sunny and the next it might be snowing. But everything went smoothly during Jessica and Brad's black tie wedding at The Blackstone Hotel where they were surrounded by their loved ones. They started their big day with a first look in front of one of the many Chicago skylines - it was gorgeous! Their ceremony took place at the grand ballroom and had their reception right after. And man, do they know how to party!
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