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Holy Name Chicago Wedding Video

Julie + Erik : Holy Name Cathedral + Knickerbocker Hotel Wedding


Julie + Erik were a great couple who loved our cinematic DSLR style of filming weddings. Their beautiful wedding ceremony took place at Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago, Illinois. It was raining almost the entire day, but held off during our outdoor photo session around downtown Chicago. Reception was held at the Millennium Knickerbocker Hotel. We also enjoyed working with Laura Meyer Photography for the first time and look forward to shooting more weddings together! You can also check out Laura’s blog post on this wedding by clicking here!

Key Vendors:
Reception: Millennium Knickerbocker Hotel
Photographer: Laura Meyer Photography
Florist: Kloeckner Preferred Flowers
DJ: Alec with DJ-Chicago
Trolley: Windy City Trolley
Makeup: Rochelle with Starlight Makeup
Hair: Asha Gold Coast

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We’ve Been Blogged!


Christen and Mike’s Save the Date video that we produced for them continues to draw attention from numerous online sources. Ever since we uploaded their YouTube video to the internet, it’s been Tweeted, Facebook’d, and shared hundreds of times. Through internet statistics, we’re able to see the video has been played in the United States, Canada, Poland, Brazil, Romania, Spain, Bulgaria, Great Britain, Italy, South Korea, Malaysia, France, and Saudi Arabia! The Relentless Bride Blog was one of the first wedding bloggers to pick-up on this romantic comedy style movie trailer. Local Chicago wedding blog, The Third Coast Bride, quickly posted a nice review of the video, saying it was, “FABULOUS”!’s Delightfully Engaged Blog said that a save the date trailer is, “A fun, creative way to get guests excited for your Big Day!” Brenda’s Wedding Blog said they don’t normally post videos on their wedding blog, but this video was one she, “REALLY fell in love with”. Local Chicago television news started to get wind of the video too and aired it on their newscast! As the video continues to spread across the internet, we expect it to receive many more plays on YouTube. We’re looking forward to seeing how many countries will share this unique video:

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