Good Morning! Before we jump into regular posting for the day, I would like to give a quick shout out to one of our amazing sponsors this morning, Alix Klingenberg Photography. Alix is “dedicated to bringing creative, affordable wedding photography to awesome couples,” and I think she accomplishes just that! I’ve included some of my favorite photographs below from one of her recent weddings…

Diy Chicacgo Backyard Wedding

Alix is currently hosting a free wedding photography contest with the exception of the cost of travel/lodging for one lucky couple anywhere in the world. For more information on the contest and how to enter, check out her blog.

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Comments (13)

Suzie | Reply

Love her!

April | Reply

I love her hair, the table napkins and the wedding invite. The bride’s wedding gown is quite lovely as well.

Megan | Reply

Love the mix of bright green bridesmaid dresses!
And does ayone know where the bride’s hairpiece is from? Love it!

Dognbird | Reply

Effortless and chic. Love it – good luck with your shoots!

Whimsical Wonderland Weddings Blog | Reply

Beautiful wedding – so fresh! And the photography of course is stunning :) xx

Alix Klingenberg | Reply

She made her hairpiece as well as pretty much everything else! She is amazing. :)

Sarah | Reply

The hairpiece was actually made by the talented velvet owl on etsy! She did a lovely job of incorporating the colors and feel I was looking for! =o)

alex | Reply

i love the tux. where’s it from?

Sarah | Reply

The tux came from Monitor Formal Wear in Chicago. They actually had 7 of the same suits in their warehouse from the 70’s that fit both the groom and all 6 groomsmen. Awesome!

Anjanette | Reply

Love the details! Sarah, can you tell me where your shoes are from?

Sarah | Reply

Thanks!! Oh the shoes…they are Seychelles. I got them at DSW, but you can find them at lots of places ( They were very comfy and were such a fun pop of color…and I’ll be able to wear them over and over!

Susannah | Reply

Sarah, what is the font your names are in on the program? It’s just what I’m looking for!

Sarah | Reply

Susannah – the fonts are Adage script and the Cronos font family. Enjoy!