Jamee and Ted – Jewish Wedding Ceremony at Salvage One
Heading to Salvage One in Chicago for the Jame and Ted’ wedding, I knew that it was going to be an extraordinarily special day. We did an Engagement Photo Shoot with this gorgeous couple just this past winter and the photos can be seen here.
Because of the Covid 19 Pandemic, they planned a sweet, intimate wedding shared between themselves and family and friends. Walking in, I couldn’t help but notice the bride preparing some of the masks for her guests.
The couple had a first look in the garden at Salvage One and then they signed the Ketubah in the presence of families and friends.
I find that one of the best things about small weddings is that they lend themselves to especially tender moments.
And here we are, all this time later with a gorgeous intimate wedding that’s not exactly what they planned, but perfect in every way!
I find that one of the best things about small weddings is that they lend themselves to especially tender moments. They also somehow feel a little more at ease, and that’s exactly what the vibe was on this beautiful day in August. After the ceremony, Jamee was in for an amazing surprise organized by her mom Sandy! All the kids and parent from the school, Jamee teaches, passed by with decorated cars!! I’ll leave you with a few more of my favorite moments from the day, and with a big congrats to the newlyweds!