May 8, 2020

Chicago Art Institute Wedding | The Publishing House and Little Goat Chicago

On a rainy and cold November day in Chicago, taking wedding photos may seem like an impossible task… but I’m here to prove that statement WRONG!! I am equipped to handle ANY & ALL lighting situations. This isn’t a brag-fest but just a truth.


“We’re so happy with our photos! Victoria was great! We wanted to have our photos taken around downtown Chicago before our small private ceremony. The weather wasn’t the best, so we had a great backup plan to go to the Art Institute. Victoria was flexible and professional. She was with us and our families for the whole day, and everyone was comfortable with the direction she gave. She was so nice!”



Your wedding photographer should be prepared for anything on your wedding day. That includes rain, snow, icky florescent lighting, venue changes, and so much more. You shouldn’t have to worry that because of the rain your indoor pictures are going to turn out poorly. So when Justine & Brett had to change their newlywed and family photo locations, they weren’t worried about them turning out sub-par. I want all my couples to feel amazing and excited about their images no matter what the day holds!



Not to mention the Art Institute of Chicago and The Publishing House Air B&B made for beautiful backgrounds for this wedding day!



And while we were out all morning taking photos and preparing for the ceremony, Little Goat Chicago was preparing by far one of the BEST dinner’s I (or I’m sure any of Justine & Brett’s guests) have ever had!! I recommend everyone at least go for a romantic night out for a twist on classic dinner dishes!


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