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A large, fun family affair Weddings
A large, fun family affair
When it came time to plan their wedding, Colleen Farrell and Kevin Walsh knew they’d either have to have a very large bridal party, or a very small one. They went with large — Colleen’s 10 bridesmaids stood up with her in all different styles of navy dresses, and Kevin’s 10 groomsmen were decked out in navy blue suits with green and navy striped ties.
July 10, 2013 9 p.m. |
From Russia with love Weddings
From Russia with love
Alexander “Sasha” Vostrikov vividly remembers the first time he caught a glimpse of his wife Olya Nemchenkova. “We were 13 and it was math and physics summer camp,” Sasha said. “I remember walking through the hall to the classroom when I saw Olya standing in the hall talking to somebody. That time we didn’t talk, but I just remember this moment.”
May 28, 2013 10:34 p.m. |
Hands-on groom gets in on the wedding planning Weddings
Hands-on groom gets in on the wedding planning
“Justin’s definitely a planner,” Chelsea Solarik said of her husband, Justin Parker. The Buffalo Grove native set up an elaborate scavenger hunt where Chelsea had to unlock clues that ultimately led to Independence Grove in Libertyville where he proposed. Chelsea kept one of the keys from the hunt and later attached it to her wedding bouquet.
May 28, 2013 9:13 p.m. |
Rooted in history Weddings
Rooted in history
Although they grew up in Libertyville — just a few streets from each other — and were only a grade apart at Libertyville High School, Jennifer Brumm and Jeff Tait never met. Not until 2003, when a mutual friend introduced them having noticed they had something in common. Jeff worked as an engineer and dispatcher for the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway. Jennifer’s dad also worked for the railroad, but she had never met anyone else familiar with it.
May 28, 2013 4:32 p.m. |