The DoubleTree by Hilton Chicago/Alsip fulfills wedding couples' dreams with customized weddings and receptions, whether elegant affairs with an upscale menu and signature drinks, or more informal events.
Eva’s Bridal International on LaGrange launched the 2014 collection of Rosa Clara bridal dresses with a champagne reception and trunk show on Jan. 18.
Georgios of Orland Park is able to offer the wedding ceremony, reception and hotel room block, with all of the lavish amenities to top off a couple's Wedding Day.
Eva’s Bridal of Orland Park, which just celebrated its 25th year in 2013, is a full-service salon serving brides, their attendants, and even mothers of the bride.
Lake Katherine Nature Center and Botanic Gardens in Palos Heights, Ill., offers a distinctive wedding experience buoyed by nature’s beauty.
aDORAble Designs by Candice, a business in Park Forest, Ill., designs wedding invites and accessories that set the tone for the wedding, giving guests a preview of the big day.
Two of Chicago Southland’s most reputable wedding planners offer their tips for a couple’s big day.
Halo mountings and wider bands are just some of the wedding jewelry trends this year.
Find out where bridal expos are going on around the Chicago Southland area this spring.
Women going up the aisle a second time have some different ideas about their dresses, but some parts stay the same.
Couples are trying to find ways to include their stepchildren in the wedding ceremony and commemorate the blended family. Here are a few ways.
There are several ways a bride, groom and bridal party can achieve whiter teeth in time for the big day.
Find ways to protect yourself from the financial and emotional impact of wedding-day dilemmas with these suggestions.
Savvy tips to help newly married couples start off with a strong financial foundation.
Try out recipes, including one for shrimp with lemon mint pesto, that are perfect for weddings and engagement parties.
We all love the pomp and circumstance of a wedding ceremony, but let’s be honest, after seeing the bride’s dress, the next most anticipated part of the wedding is the reception — specifically the food. Planning a menu that will satisfy all your guests can be a herculean effort and a budget-buster. My Chef Catering and Harner’s Bakery in Aurora suggest considering these factors when planning your wedding cuisine.
The key word at wedding receptions these days is customization - fitted for the bride and groom. DoubleTree by Hilton Chicago-Alsip does so using such elements as creative cakes, up-lighting, a photo booth, backdrops, tablescapes, individualized menus and more.
Second only to the wedding dress, in terms of appearance, is the hair style a bride wears on the big day. Experts weigh in on what the trends are in 2013 for bridal coifs.
A great way a bride or groom can show their appreciation to a bridesmaid or groomsman is through a personalized gift, one that may include an individualized message or even a wedding logo.
Figuring out where to seat guests at a wedding can be a tricky proposition. A wedding coordinator who is an expert on the topic of seating arrangements at weddings gives her suggestions.
Make your wedding more festive and delicious by creating such desserts as a cupcake tower, a character cake or tiered cakes of cheese.
Mobile apps are a fantastic way to have a wedding planner without the usual expense. It has a preset list of to-dos associated with the ceremony and reception.
Couples who never envisioned being able to afford travel post-nuptials will be pleasantly surprised to learn options exist for having guests assist with expenditures related to partaking in a fairytale honeymoon.