This Chicago wedding at The Drake Hotel is nothing short of iconic. Photographed by Ed & Aileen Photography, the images capture the timeless look of the day beautifully. The bride is styled with hints of vintage inspired romance, glamour and elegance. We love her chignon hairstyle by Amy Banas, her red lip color, and the incredible beading on the bodice of her gown. She is the picture of a timeless black tie bride from head to toe! Her well groomed groom dons a navy tuxedo with contrasting black lapels, making his look a wonderful compliment to the bride’s own style. The groomsmen follow his lead in blue suits of their own, and gold sequin bridesmaid gowns add a touch of glamour to the bridal party. Timeless imagery tells the story of the couple’s wedding ceremony at Chicago’s stunning Bond Chapel, while the reception sparkles with gold and navy details like sequined gold table runners sitting atop rich, navy linens. Their reception is a grand affair, full of details beautifully put-together, befit an iconic black tie wedding. Enjoy!
Photography: Ed & Aileen Photography | Ceremony Venue: Bond Chapel | Reception Venue: The Drake Hotel | Coordination: Simply Perfect by Melissa | Videography: LEAP Weddings | Florals: Phillip’s Flowers & Gifts | Entertainment: Bluewater Kings Band | Lighting & Draping: Encore Event Technologies | Photo Booth: The Traveling Photo Booth | Hair & Makeup: Makeup and Hair by Amy Banas
We love a bride in a veil! A well-chosen veil adds such a timelessness to your bridal style! Whether it’s a veil that makes a statement like a classic cathedral veil or a glamorous birdcage veil, or anything in between, we love to see a perfectly paired bridal gown and wedding veil on a black tie bride!
Ohh, are we smitten with this intimate New York City elopement from Alicia Lacey Photography! Every image exudes timelessness and romance. We love the bride’s stunning vintage veil and Allure Bridals gown with beautiful detailing. Her well groomed groom is dapperly dressed in a DeCarlos Bespoke suit, a perfect match for her romantic black tie style. Central Park is such an iconic setting for a New York wedding, and we love that this couple chose to elope there! The day is so intimate and the imagery so magical, it feels as though this couple were the only ones in the entire park. Enjoy!
We love imagery captured in the bridal suite! These first moments of the day contain an array of emotions. We love to see a bridal party helping to put the finishing touches the bride’s wedding day style, emotional reactions to the bride’s finished look, and all the smiles that light up the space throughout that time together. Images like this one remind us of deep friendship and timeless moments.
We’re swooning over this Indianapolis black tie wedding from Tara Nicole Weddings and Events. Photographed by The Siners, every image captures the grand, elegant feeling of the day beautifully. We adore the bride’s Morilee by Madeline Gardner gown. The beaded bodice and full skirt create a timeless bridal look that’s perfectly fitting with the grand feeling of the wedding day. Scottish Rite Cathedral was the perfect setting for this couple’s romantic ceremony, followed by the equally grand Crowne Plaza Union Station for the reception. Stunning topiary arrangements by Royal Creations are used as centerpieces for the tables, perfectly complimenting the grand ballroom. Our favorite detail in this wedding, though, is the incredible wedding cake by Heavenly Sweets! The floral detailing provides texture and a truly romantic look to the cake design. This is one black tie wedding we won’t soon forget! Enjoy!
Photographer: The Siners Photography | Wedding Planner: Tara Nicole Weddings and Events | Ceremony: Scottish Rite Cathedral | Reception: Crowne Plaza Union Station | Hair and Makeup: Karen Hall & Co. | Rings: Shane Co. | Florals: Royal Creations | Dress: Morilee by Madeline Gardner (Purchased from Posey Patch) | Bridesmaid Dresses: Dessy from Bella Bridesmaids | DJ: Event One DJ’s | Cake: Heavenly Sweets | Videographer: MK Wedding Story | Transportation: Miller Transportation