When I first met MacKenna and Tasha over Zoom, MacKenna described their upcoming wedding as a "Disco Witch Dance Party".
"Oh wow!" I replied. "I love that. That sounds amazing."
But in my head I was saying, "Holy shit. Please choose me, please choose me, PLEASE CHOOSE ME!!!"
And they did.
And I'm SO glad. Their wedding was spectacular. One of those weddings that I can just sink my creative teeth into and take a big, juicy bite.
Come take a peek.
These babes served up some pretty fan-fricken-tastic wedding lewks. Pink velvet suit? Yes please. Two-piece wedding dress? Yassssss please.
Their venue was the ever-fantastic Fig House in Highland Park. This hidden gem was the perfect backdrop for their colorful union.
Hair and Makeup by Elwynn and Cass
Chuppa, boutonierre and bouquet by Lindsey White Studio
The ceremony, held on their seventh anniversary on the night of a full moon, consisted of handwritten vows and Jewish and Pagan customs all beautifully woven together.
Ceremony officiated by Reverend Mercy Ceremonies
Sacred Hand Fasting and tying of the night.
Sealed with a kiss.
Breaking of the glass.
This is one of my favorite shots to capture at a wedding. Freshly married, with all the love and support from their family and friends just beaming back at them.
The reception was an absolute feast for the eyes. MacKenna had a VISION and it was spectacularly executed by Romance and Revelry
Can you picture a reception that is colorful, sensual, witchy and laced with disco?
Say no more. I'll show you.
These two promised a dance party and they delivered a dance party.
I'm pretty sure that an unwritten wedding rule is that your nephew/flower boy will have the most fun of anyone!
Guest's cut their sweet-teeth on some delicious Sidecar Doughnuts and the brides ceremoniously cut a doughnut to feed each other.
This stunning witchy wedding was one hell of a way to close the curtain on 2021. Thanks for choosing me, Mac and Tash. Truly.