Kristin and Max were described as an “awesome couple” by their friends and, as expected, their Chicago History Museum wedding was nothing short of awesome as well.

Aglow in amber uplighting, the gorgeous Chicago room at this Chicago History Museum wedding looked even more stunning than usual.

Chicago History Museum Wedding

The Chicago History Museum Wedding Celebration

Uplighting works really well for Chicago History Museum weddings. The colors in the Chicago Ballroom are very neutral, making it easy to create any Bride’s vision. Kristin choose a romantic and elegant amber for her lighting during dinner. The lights accented the walls and made the gold, black, white and yellows really pop in her color scheme.

Wedding lighting at a Chicago History Museum wedding

The centerpieces were made up of tall gold vases, holding loose bouquets of yellow and blushing pink flowers. On the tables were gold candles which matched the gold on the couples wedding cake. The room looked absolutely regal!

Centerpieces at a Chicago History Museum Wedding

Cake cutting at a Chicago History Museum Wedding

Gobo at a Chicago History Museum Wedding

Ferris Wheel at the Chicago History Museum Wedding

Every little detail in the room was playful. One of MDM’s favorite details was the Ferris Wheel seating tickets. During cocktail hour the guests were given tickets as escort cards, giving then access to one of the funnest parties of the year.

Pure Fun

After Kristin and Max’s first dance to “A Pirate Looks at Forty” by Jimmy Buffet and sealing it with a kiss, all 192 guests joined the newlyweds out on the dance floor.

First Dance at a Chicago History Museum Wedding

As the mood at this Chicago History Museum wedding turned from elegant and romantic to a wild party, the uplighting changed color throughout the room to reflect the  more festive atmosphere.

This crowd came to party and party they did!

DJ at a Chicago History Museum Wedding

Dancing at the Chicago History Museum Wedding

Knowing Groom Max loved Michael Jackson, MDM wedding DJ David had the most perfect mixes up his sleeve. He played MJ for the Groom, “Blurred Lines” for the Ladies and “Mack the Knife” for the Groom’s Father. Who in turn, needed the microphone to karaoke the whole song. Groom Max then showed his singing skills by belting out “We Didn’t Start The Fire.” This group was so much fun!

“Kristin and I could not have been happier with our event and the excellent work you provided us with not only the music but the lighting as well.  I was on cloud 9 that night with all the MJ that was played!” – Max

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Fun at a Chicago History Museum Wedding

Wedding DJ at Chicago History Museum Wedding

Bride and Groom at their Chicago History Museum Wedding

Intelligent Lighting at a Chicago History Museum Wedding

The night went on with swirling intelligent lighting, crazy dancing and everyone’s favorite music.

This wedding was so gorgeous and the couple so very awesome we had to share some of the professional photos from the very talented wedding photographer Hunter Harrison.

See more of Kristin and Max’s spectacular Chicago History Museum wedding photos on Hunter’s blog.

All of MDM Entertainment had a great time at this wedding! Congrats Kristin and Max, we wish you both the best!

Wedding Vendor Team

Ceremony: DePaul Cathedral
Venue: Chicago History Museum
Entertainment: MDM Entertainment
Lighting: MDM Entertainment
Photographer: Hunter Photographic

For more information on DJ services or lighting for your Chicago History Museum wedding contact MDM Entertainment today at 773.253.4986.

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