Prairie Production Wedding : Euna and Bryan

You may remember Euna and Bryan from their engagement session in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood. I know I say this a lot, but I had so much fun working with them the first time that I was excited for their wedding at Prairie Production! I started my day at the Elysian Hotel where Euna was getting ready. Euna was rocking out a Carla Hwang Vwidon dress, and Bryan soon arrived at the hotel so that we could do our first look. We were thinking of tons of places to do indoor photos, but by the time we were ready, the rain had let up for a bit so that we were able to go outside for some fun photos! After taking photos around Chicago, we stopped in at the Publican for a drink before heading to Prairie Production for the wedding ceremony. The reception followed; instead of having a cake, Euna and Bryan had cupcakes from Sweet Mandy B’s! Sarah from Toast and Jam and Shutterbooth kept all of the guests in great spirits all night, and we snuck out for a few minutes at the end of the night to do a couple photos outside! Congratulations Euna and Bryan; you had such a beautiful wedding day, and I wish you both nothing but the best!

Shout outs:
Hair: Salon U, Chicago
Makeup: Abbey Taylor
DJ: Sarah from Toast and Jam
Flowers: Family acquaintance
Yummy cupcakes: Sweet Mandy B’s
Catering: D’Absolute Events
Photobooth: Shutterbooth
Host Hotel: Elysian Hotel
Venue: Prairie Production
Bride’s Dress: Vwidon by Carla Hwang

It seems like it’s been raining every weekend in Chicago this spring and summer.

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Fortunately, everyone was still in great spirits!

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Wedding Shoes

I love this:

Bride at Elysian Hotel

And this one, too!

Bride Eyelashes

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Bride Groom First Look

Photo-bombed by pigeons:

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The rain let up just long enough for us to go outside for some photos!

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Wedding Party Kinzie Street Bridge

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Taking a break at Publican:

Publican Beer Menu

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Time for the ceremony at Prairie Production!

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Cupcakes

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More epic dancing:

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We snuck outside for a couple nighttime photos:

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  1. Love this! I haven’t had a Prairie Productions wedding yet, and I’m just dying to work there!

  2. Really stunning work. Doesn’t get much better than this

  3. Jenny

    I love the photos of her getting ready. What a beautiful wedding!

  4. Really great work. Awesome stuff. The shot of the couple coming back up the isle is perfect. Nice job.

  5. Tasha

    That last one is STUNNING.

  6. Jason

    Love your portraits here. Just stunning work. Oh I’m so in love with Chicago right now, thanks for posting!

  7. Great work Steve – that one of the pigeon landing outside is so cool.

  8. Your candid work is so good! Great day.

  9. Light, airy, sweet & fun. Love this set Steve!

  10. This definitely looks like it was a fun wedding. Great moments captured here.

  11. Some truly beautiful moments. Well done.

  12. Beautiful all around. I love those last two night shots – what a great addition to the day.

  13. I love the shot of the bride getting into the dress, :)

  14. That last one is especially epic, but I adore your work throughout! Such great expressions!

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