From the photographer: Capturing Liza and Jacob’s Old Post Office Plaza wedding day was truly a delight and an honor. They originally planned to have a big wedding celebration in Chicago.
Once the pandemic started in 2020 they realized that it would be impossible for them to have the wedding of their dreams in Chicago, so they decided to move it to Evansville where Liza grew up. They had a beautiful and special wedding surround by their loved ones.
From the bride: Our reception venue ended up being an old post office in the historic downtown area of my hometown. The interior of the building is known for its large green abs gold marble pillars.
Our original venue in Chicago also has green marble so our decor plan was easily translated. We wanted it to feel elegant and knew the flowers would play an important role in the look.
One of my favorite parts was the custom digital art welcome sign of Jacob and I in our attire for the wedding day! She ended up making three versions for us during our planning process and it turned out perfect!
The most anticipated moment was just being able to marry each other! Having to plan the wedding three times really put it into perspective that at the end of the day all that mattered was getting to marry each other!
My dad actually surprised me by making a personalized boxwood photo wall and soft pretzel display! My parents have owned multiple Auntie Anne’s pretzel locations since I was two years old so my dad build a wall to display them as part of our midnight snack and desert table! It was a very special tribute to my family and my dad was so excited for everyone to enjoy them!
Everyone deserves the day they have always dreamed of, but don’t get caught up in the details! All that matters is that you are able to marry your person surrounded by your loved ones!
Reception Venue: The Old Post Office Plaza
Band: THE MUSIC CITY SOUND
Floral Designer: Flowers for Dreams
Tuxedo and Mens Attire: The Black Tux
Dress Designer: Calla Blanche
Event Planner: DayLily Events
Beauty: Bianca Sansosti Artistry
Photographer: Daniela Cardili Photography