Chicago Wedding Salvage One. Chicago Wedding Salvage One. Chicago Wedding Salvage One.
Chelsea & Murphy have too many friends, that’s how much fun they are. You guys, their wedding party had 25 people. TWENTY FIVE, lol. I’ve never shot that large of a bridal group before! I know, I know, I sound like a broken record, because I really do love all my couples. What can I say, I kinda get the best couples. But I just adore these two and their friends & family. Everyone was just the sweetest and most welcoming, I had SO-MUCH-FUN at this wedding!
It took place on St Patty’s Day (I was wearing a bright green blazer, dang I wish I had a photo of that,) because that’s when Chelsea & Murphy met years ago. The day was filled with nothing but love & joy, and I got to experience it all over again as I was editing this. Especially the dancing parts! You can FEEL the fun, I have the best job in the world. I’m pretty sure I smiled ear to ear the whole time because by the end my cheeks hurt. Cheers to you, Chelsea & Murphy! You’re an amazing couple!
Music Credit: Sounds of Siberia by Lowercase Noises. Licensed by Musicbed.
THE WEDDING TEAM
Main Photography – Laëtitia Donaghy
Second Photography – Chrystl Roberge
Ceremony – Salvage One
Venue – Salvage One
Floral – Flowers for Dreams
Catering – Maison Cuisine
Beverages – Garfield’s Beverage
Cake – Defloured
Music – Toast & Jam
Stationery – DIY
Wedding Dress – Sarah Seven
Rings – New York Jeweler
Hair – Meraki Room Chicago
Make Up – Kate Johnson Artistry
Laëtitia Donaghy is a French-born, Chicago-based, international photographer focusing on weddings and elopements. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art with a focus in Photography, and a minor in Political Science from Florida Atlantic University. She brings to her weddings and portraits her Fine Art training in order to bring forth the realness and emotion present, and showcase people’s relationships. Her focus is on preserving as much of the day as possible and keeping it as honest as possible. She travels the world for weddings and other assignments. She has been published on the web and in print.
“Here’s to the nights that turned into mornings
With the friends that turned into family.”