Style, class, and an array of brilliant colors! The wedding party pauses after the Hindu ceremony for portraits outside the Palmer House Hilton Hotel, before changing into traditional western wedding attire. For the western ceremony, the bride wears a simple white gown and carries a rich red and purple bouquet, matching the bridesmaids dresses. The groom wore a single pink flower on the lapel of his traditional black tux, to distinguish him from the debonaire groomsmen. Jen Lynne Photography gets an amazingly editorial shot in the steelwork of a bridge, proving she's got the wedding photo ideas to make your special day memorable! Finally the bride and groom steal one more portrait at the reception photo booth with a few feathered friends! For more great wedding photos, head over to the gallery!
See you soon to check out a reception that brings DIY design to a new level!

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Venues: The Palmer House Hilton | Photography: Jen Lynne Photography | Cinematography: Epic Motion | Floral & Decor: Event Creative | DJ: Tabla Dhol | Planning & Design: LOLA Event Productions | Lighting: Shaadi Creations | Hair & Makeup: Facade Makeup | Floral & Decor: Ravi's Mandaps | Entertainment: Rendezvous Music | Baraat: Maharaja Farm | Transportation: Rickshaw Rick | Transportation: Windy City Limos