Vendor Spotlight: Jeff Durocher of US Poker Casino Parties

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Name:  Jeff Durocher

Title/Position:  President/Owner of US Poker & Casino Parties

Specialty: Casino Games

CHEZ: How long have you been in the events industry? 
J.D.: In some ways, I was born into the industry.  My parents came out of the carnival business and were owners of food service companies.  I have owned US Poker & Casino Parties for 6 years.

CHEZ: Describe what you/your company does in one sentence? 
J.D.: We provide premier casino night entertainment to companies and individuals at great venues all over the United States.

CHEZ: What sets you/your company apart from others?   
J.D.: Our customer service, quality equipment and helpful dealers.  Many times we end up taking the Event Planning portion of the event off the clients hands which makes it much easier for them.

CHEZ: What is your most memorable moment from past events?   
J.D.: It is always great to see a group of corporate clients high five-ing, yelling and hugging at the craps table.  I LOVE those moments!

CHEZ: What event trends do you love right now? 
J.D.: Entertainment budgets are back and early bookings seem to be making a come back.  Both great trends for us.

CHEZ: What is the most unique request a client has ever had?
J.D.: Two things come to mind:  1. We had a client from Ohio, fly 150 employees to Las Vegas for a conference and they wanted us to provide ‘fake’ gaming for them at the Bellagio hotel which, of course, has the live gaming one floor below. 2. The other one was providing our equipment and dealers for a TV shoot.  That was pretty cool.

CHEZ: What does a typical event day look like for you?  
J.D.: We meet at the warehouse around 11am or noon to load the truck.  We get to the facility a few hours before the event to set up.  We like to be set one hour before the guests arrive.  Our dealers show up 30 mins before the guests for a “Dealer Briefing”.  We make sure everyone has a great time at the Blackjack, Roulette, Craps or Poker tables.  We often run the raffle for the client prizes.  Then we tear down immediately after the event.  Head back to the warehouse and unload the truck.  This often takes place after midnight, making for a long day.

CHEZ: Name three things you couldn’t live without (besides the obvious!):
J.D.: Computer/internet, quality people that we can trust, and repeat clients.

CHEZ: Name three things people probably don’t know about you: 
J.D.: I played Division 1 football, I have 5 children and work is my hobby.

CHEZ: What is the best piece of advice you can give someone planning an event?
J.D.: Plan everything to be done EARLY.  Never let the ‘go time’ get there before the set up is done.  It puts too much stress on everyone!

CHEZ: What do you love about Chez? 
J.D.: The space is so beautiful and super flexible.  One night could be an amazing wedding and the next a corporate party for 100.  Love. Love. Love the place.

Photography by: (L) Sum Lau, (R) Charlie Simokaitis

Empire Fashion House Scenes

When the production team from Fox’s tv hit show, Empire, visited Chez we were excited to imagine how the space would be transformed by their set design team. Fast forward a few weeks and Chez became the home of fashion label ‘Antony & Cleopatra’ for Empire scenes featuring Taraji P. Henson, Naomi Campbell and other cast members. The all-white space, 17′ tall ceilings, abundant natural light and contemporary glass staircase served as the perfect back drop for their stylish fashion house design. The scenes filmed at Chez were aired on Fox in early 2016.

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Image 1 – 2, 5 – 6 courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox. Images 3- 4 and 6 approved by Twentieth Century Fox.

Top 10 Chicago Event Planners To Follow On Instagram

A curated list of Chicago event planners with the most inspiring Instagram accounts. From photos of extravagant events to behind-the-scenes details of event planning action, this group of planners covers it all. Follow this list for the best quality wedding and event inspiration.

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@debililly | 10.5K Followers
A daily dose of the most incredible inspiration from celebrity party planner and author Debi Lilly, this Instagram feed seamlessly places images of floral details and party festivities alongside shots of travel and time with family.

Photography: @debililly


dining table pink floral centerpiecesLK EVENTS
@lkeventschicago | 5.5K Followers
Highlighting the talents of the LK Events team and the fantastic network of vendors they work with, this feed features images of beautiful weddings and events, exquisite florals and smiling newlyweds.

Photography: (l) @lkevents, (r) @gerberandscarpelliweddings via @lkevents


floral chuppah galaPAULETTE WOLF EVENTS
@paulettewolfevents  |  1.4K Followers
Images of large scale events, live performances, and tips on event planning fill the Instagram feed of this national event management and event planning company.

Photography: (l) by @kingensmith via @paulettewolfevents (r) @paulettewolfevents


white chuppa contemporary wedding cakeSQN EVENTS
@sqnevents | 7.6K Followers
Impeccable wedding details, happy newlywed clients, and a few personal posts fill the Instagram feed of SQN owner and event director, Beth Bernstein.

Photography: (l) @maypolestudios via @sqnevents, (r) @erickelley via @sqnevents


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@keshevents  |  19.7K Followers
President of Kesh Luxury Group and author of “The Art of Floral and Event Design”, Akeshi Akinseye, fills this Instagram feed with images of opulent florals, destination weddings, and peeks behind-the-scenes at Kesh Luxury Group.

Photography: (l) @carascophoto via @keshevents (r) @folalawal via @keshevents


5 tier wedding cakeLIVEN IT UP EVENTS 
@livenitup  |  4.1K Followers
Towering wedding cakes, rustic and romantic weddings and shots of creative cuisine fill the Instagram feed of Liven It Up Events, offering a look at the incredible work of their talented team of event planners.

Photography: @livenitup


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@lolaeventpros  |  3.9K Followers
Wedding inspiration galore! The Instagram feed of LOLA Event Productions inspires with details of glamorous weddings, designer dresses and special wedding day moments.

Photography: (l) @lolaeventpros (r) @genevievelaurenphoto via @loleventpros


suspended floral chair chandeliers black ghost chairsJENNIFER ANDERSON EVENTS
@jaevents  |  3.5K Followers
Offering inspiration for everything from wedding dresses to honeymoon locations, event design and florals, this Instagram feed has a wonderfully curated selection of posts.

Photography: (l) @kingensmith via @jaevents (r) @jaevents


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@clementinechicago  |  5.5K followers
Behind-the-scenes shots and details of custom weddings planned by the Clementine Custom Events team make this Instagram feed fun, fresh and filled with inspiration.

Photography: (l) @christytylerphotography via @clementinechicago, (r) @emiliajane_ via @clementinechicago


floral invitation blue pink event decorBLISS WEDDINGS & EVENTS 
@blisschicago  |  6.9K followers
Filled with details of real weddings and colorful florals, the BLISS Weddings & Events Instagram feed demonstrates the team’s talent at creating events that are sophisticated, playful, inspired and cohesive.

Photography: (l) @chrispluslynn via @blisschicago, (r) @lizbanfield via @blisschicago

Sarah & Christian’s Romantic October Wedding

On October 15th, 2016 Sarah and Christian were joined by their loved ones for their ceremony and reception at Chez. Their day began at the W Hotel Lakeshore for their first look, and then headed to Lake Michigan with their wedding party and photographer, Louie A Weddings.

Every detail of the day was planned by Linsday Gaeta of Storybook Weddings. While the wedding party took photos, Phil Cooper and the team of Kehoe Designs were putting the final touches on floral arrangements and each romantic detail for the ceremony. The mood for the ceremony was set by Bill Pollack String Quartet. After the ceremony, guests enjoyed cocktails and hors d’oeuvres by Jewell Events Catering.

Once the ceremony space was flipped for the reception, guests were invited back in to take their seats. Tables were covered with sequined linen and lined with Chez’s mirage ghost chairs creating a charming atmosphere. Kehoe Designs made sure every table was impeccable with elegant floral arrangements set in various gold and glass vessels. The tables were completed with custom escort cards by Minted.

After cutting the cake, the couple and their guests danced and enjoyed music from Style Matters. Congratulations Sarah & Christian!


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Photography: Louie A Weddings | Bride’s Dress: Sarah Seven | Maids’ dresses: J. Crew | Groom’s Suit: Mens Warehouse | Groomsmens’ Suits: Mens Warehouse | Planning: Lindsay Gaeta of Storybook Weddings & Events | Floral & Design: Phil Cooper of Kehoe Designs | Caterer & Cake: Jewell Events Catering | Ceremony Music: Bill Pollack String Quartet | Reception Music: Style Matters | Menu & Program: AJ Powills | Escort Cards: Minted

Vendor Spotlight: Gabriel Garavaglia of RED Weddings

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Name: Gabriel Garavaglia

Title/Position: Director of Wedding Services at RED Weddings

Specialty: Production Manager & Lead Cinematographer

CHEZ: How long have you been in the events industry?  
G.G.: 7 years

CHEZ: Describe what you/your company does in one sentence?
G.G.: RED Weddings is a premium wedding cinematography, photography, music and entertainment service firm for today’s most discerning brides and grooms.

CHEZ: What sets you/your company apart from others?  
G.G.: We create and capture the magic of our clients celebrations with the same artistic and technical standards once associated only with Oscar-winning films.  We were the first in the world to bring actual Motion Picture cameras (the same cameras used on films like The Hobbit, Spiderman, Gone Girl etc.) to capture weddings!

CHEZ: What is your most memorable moment from past events?  
G.G.: We’ve shared so many tender private moments with our clients over the years, but capturing a grooms little girl crying tears of joy at having a new mommy during their first dance certainly tops our list!

CHEZ: What event trends do you love right now?  
G.G.: We’re incredibly gratified to see Wedding Cinema becoming as, if not more important than photography to our couples, and feel we’ve helped establish new (high) standards in what can be expected from “wedding videography” – both for our clients, and their children children!  Our FAA approved drone cinematography and hilarious Slow-Motion Video Booth have been wildly popular this year as well.

CHEZ: What is the most unique request a client has ever had?  
G.G.: Last year we had a bride book a private midnight helicopter tour over the Loop following their reception.  Fortunately, our founder is a Union Director of Photography and we’re partners with Flight AV, a motion picture / TV production company so it was easy and affordable for them.  Little did we know, the groom was a little afraid of heights, but a great time was had by all!

CHEZ: What does a typical event day look like for you?  
G.G.: Since we prepare thoroughly in the months and weeks prior to our clients big day, including loading our transport vehicles with equipment (and backup equipment), triple checked and staged to be quickly accessible for each part of the day, we arrive ready to shoot the moment we step out of our vehicles!  Of course we’ve visited each location prior to the date and so have our “money shots” and camera angles already figured out, and go to great lengths to find shots that are 100% unique to our clients personalities and locations to ensure their photography and cinematography is unique and especially meaningful to them.

CHEZ: Name three things you couldn’t live without (besides the obvious!)
G.G.: #1 A cooler with water and snacks, as some of our wedding days literally go from 4am until 4am and there’s rarely a minute to spare!
#2 We love our RED Cinema 6K-8K ultra high definition cameras and have found the image quality, slow motion, and ability to extract still photos of any frame we’ve shot as a printable photograph to be invaluable and help us capture moments that would otherwise be lost forever.
#3 Lastly, we absolutely couldn’t live without our in house team.  Having a dedicated audio engineer, director of business affairs, and of course our creative director and founder allows each of us to focus 100% on doing the best work possible as a single operator / entrepreneur will always have a hard time keeping up with every facet of the business simultaneously.

CHEZ: Name three things people probably don’t know about you:
G.G.: #1 Despite the quality of our work, we’re actually very affordable and have full featured all day packages for much less than one might think.
#2 We are one of very few “triple threat” wedding service providers that offer bespoke quality photography, cinematography, entertainment, photo booth and drone services in time and cost saving bundles.
#3 Very few people know that our company is made up of film / TV, music business and advertising agency professionals, so no request is impossible, and is why our work is consistent with their favorite movies and TV shows.  And no, we are not named after the books or TV show by George R. R. Martin!

CHEZ: What is the best piece of advice you can give someone planning an event?  
G.G.: Create a spreadsheet to document your options, meet with the actual people you will spend your most important day with, take your time and figure out your entire game plan before signing any contracts, and get specific details about each offer you are comparing and considering.  Weddings are a significant milestone, and couples have a unique opportunity to leverage their buying power to save time and money – as well, ensure their wedding day production team is perfectly in sync throughout their wedding day by bundling multiple services with a single vendor.

CHEZ: What do you love about Chez?  
G.G.: Of course we simply adore Chez’s incredible modern design and gorgeous natural light (so important for photography and videography!) not to mention their central location to endless beautiful photo / video locations.  That said, it’s their professionalism, warm, personal attention to every little detail and sincere concern for their clients success and happiness that makes Chez our very favorite loft venue!


Photography by Paul Christopher Greene

ILEA Master’s Dinner

In early March, The International Live Events Association, welcomed leaders of the industry to Chez for their second annual ILEA Chicago Master’s Dinner. The team from HMR Design and MDM Entertainment created an inviting and intimate environment with textured linens, colored lighting, and organically-arranged floral. Signature cocktails and dinner were served by Catering by Michaels. It was a pleasure to host this event for the second year running. ILEA we look forward to hosting many more events with you.

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Photographer: Kent Drake Photography | Food & Beverage: Catering by Michaels | Floral & Decor: HMR Designs | Entertainment/Lighting/AV: MDM Entertainment | Stationary: ILEA Chicago | Rentals: Hall’s Rental Service

Vendor Spotlight: Erin McDonald of Erin McDonald Co

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Name:  Erin McDonald Co

Title/Position: Creative Director

Specialty:  Design and décor

CHEZ: How long have you been in the events industry? 
E.M.: More than 25 years.

CHEZ: Describe what you/your company does in one sentence? 
E.M.: EMC designs unique spaces that are influenced by the clients’ desires and direction but finessed by our knowledge and taste.

CHEZ: What sets you/your company apart from others?
E.M.: EMC is a unique company that acts as a creative director with the ability to work with other design houses to team together to make each client experience uniquely theirs.

CHEZ: What is your most memorable moment from past events?   
E.M.: EMC always finds a special moment when handing off the clients bouquet to them for the first time.  Their reaction is everything.

CHEZ: What event trends do you love right now? 
E.M.: We are always drawn to classic, whether contemporary or traditional. Classic is always the best.

CHEZ: What is the most unique request a client has ever had? 
E.M.: Living in Chicago, one of the most “unique” requests is when a client, who is doing and outdoor wedding or event, wants to hold off on the tent…till the day before.  Or even more brilliant…to take it down the day of.

CHEZ: What does a typical event day look like for you?   
E.M.: Up at 4:30, get to the office by 7, pack the trucks, load into venue by 9am, meet with client for some face time, and then all hell breaks loose.  No kidding, we like to be ahead of schedule most days, as we like to have a cushion for any issues that might occur.  Better safe than sorry.

CHEZ: Name three things you couldn’t live without (besides the obvious!): 
E.M.: My dog, my family, and my mind.

CHEZ: Name three things people probably don’t know about you: 
E.M.: I was a professional dancer for many years.  I am more of an introvert than most people would think.  I can drive a semi truck.

CHEZ: What is the best piece of advice you can give someone planning an event? 
E.M.: Choose personality first.  Like your vendors and choose them wisely.  Allow your creative partners to do what they are experts at…and RELAX!

CHEZ: What do you love about Chez? 
E.M.: The ability to have a slate that is clean and fresh and a staff that is wiling to allow you to showcase your talents.

Thank you Erin! We can’t see what creativity you bring to Chez in 2017.

Photography by: (L) Avery House, (R) Eric Floberg

Sarah & Konrad’s Elegant Wedding

After saying their vows at Queen of All Saints Basilica in Sauganash, newlyweds Sarah and Konrad stopped at Lurie Garden and the Wrigley Building to capture some urban wedding photographs. From the Wrigley Building, they made the short trip to Chez, where they joined friends and family for their wedding reception. Rectangular dining tables were draped with crisp white linens and lined with Chez’s lucite ghost chairs for an elegant, contemporary design. The creative teams from Art of Imagination and Steve’s Flower Market added the finishing touches to the wedding decor with arrangements of white hydrangea, lilies and roses, dozens of candles, and opaque draping. Guests were treated to specialty cocktails and dinner by Jewell Events Catering before dancing the night away beneath a sea of dramatic over-sized white balloons.
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Photographer: Ed & Aileen Photography | Day of Coordinator: Sarah Madonia | Catering: Jewell Events Catering | Floral: Steve’s Flower Market | Event Design: Art of Imagination | Balloons: Balloons by Tommy |  DJ: Style Matters

Vendor Spotlight: Lindsay Gaeta of Storybook Weddings and Events

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Name: Lindsay Gaeta

Title: Senior Planner and Designer with Storybook Weddings and Events

Specialty: Weddings, Corporate Events, Parties

CHEZ:  How long have you been in the events industry?
L.G.:  Since 2009

CHEZ:  Describe what you/your company does in one sentence?
L.G.:  We create wonderful memories by planning and coordinating weddings and celebrations, so you and your loved ones can enjoy your special time together without any stress.

CHEZ:  What sets you/your company apart from others?
L.G.:  We are very attentive to detail and place high importance on listening to what is a priority to each client.  We also recognize that having patience is pertinent when working in this industry, because with weddings specifically, emotions can be high.

With our wedding couples, we prioritize the engagement period rather than focus on the wedding day alone because we believe that during the couple’s engagement, they begin writing the story that leads up to the beautiful new beginning of their life together.

CHEZ:  What does your typical event day look like?
L.G.:  I typically plan for a 12- hour day, depending on the load-in times for vendors, as well as when the event ends, of course.  Most of our wedding clients decide to book one of our Bridal Attendants to arrive early in the morning, which allows me to be at the venue when vendors arrive to begin setup.  We stay until the event is over, to ensure that everything runs smoothly and to see firsthand that the couple/client is happy.

CHEZ:  What is your most memorable moment from past events?
L.G.:  One of our recent weddings was for a Korean couple, and we had the pleasure of witnessing a traditional Korean Paebek wedding ceremony for the first time.  The couple changed out of their traditional American wedding attire (tux and white wedding dress) and into intricate colorful outfits.  A Master of Ceremonies explained to the audience in both English and Korean the meaning of each component of the ceremony. It was beautiful!

CHEZ:  What is the most unique request a client has ever had?
L.G.: We had a couple fly in their favorite singer all the way from Iceland!  We have live musicians perform all of the time at our events, but that was the furthest that a vendor has traveled for a client!  It was a very special added touch and I’m very thankful that the singer was able to be a part of the couple’s big day.

CHEZ:  What event trends do you love right now?
L.G.: I love the trend of food trucks and late night snacks.  I’m an eater, a stereotypical Italian girl.  Also, after working in Hospitality for over 15 years, I see the tremendous importance of offering food to guests after they have been drinking alcohol.

CHEZ:  Name three things you couldn’t live without.
L.G.: Okay, I am going to go non-sensible here, and not necessarily in this order:  1. All of the Real Housewives TV show series  2. A nice full-bodied Cabernet 2. SNL.

CHEZ:  What is the best piece of advice you can give someone planning an event?
L.G.:  I end up telling every bride and groom at some point in the planning process this: in regards to whoever it is that is stressing you out with their concerns, please keep in mind that they are concerned and stressing usually because they care and want the event to go off without a hitch.  Most commonly it is the couple’s parents, and mainly Mothers (sorry but it is true!), that are a bundle of nerves compared to the couple who is actually getting married.  They truly have good intentions and don’t mean any harm, despite the fact that they can drive you crazy at times.

CHEZ:  Name three things people probably don’t know about you.
L.G.: 1. I studied Comedic Improv at The Upright Citizens Brigade school for 4 years in NYC; studying and practicing improv is so fun and liberating, I highly recommend it to everyone!  2. I like to oil paint.  3. I was in a Gospel choir in college at Miami University of Ohio, Sister Act-style.

CHEZ:  What do you love most about Chez?
L.G.:  I love fact that you can make your wildest dreams come true at Chez.  And if you prefer things to be simple, that can easily and tastefully done, as well.  Chez is a beautiful blank canvas that you can make your own.  Every now and then it is difficult for some clients to envision things in an empty room right away, but as a planner and designer I see and know that there is a world of endless possibilities at Chez!!

Thank you Linsday! We look forward to many successful events together in 2017.

Photography: (L) Louie A. Weddings, (R) Elizabeth Nord Photography

Vendor Spotlight: Shelley Anderson and Tyler Huffman of Cage + Aquarium

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Name: Shelley Anderson and Tyler Huffman of Cage + Aquarium

Shelley: Head Photographer and General Manager
Tyler: Head DJ and General Manager

Specialty: Providing turntable style DJs and unique, photo-journalistic style photographers for weddings and events.

CHEZ: How long have you been in the events industry?
S.A. & T.H.: Since 2007

CHEZ: Describe what you/your company does in one sentence?
S.A. & T.H.: We provide a complete experience that captures emotions throughout the wedding day and sets each day to the perfect soundtrack.

CHEZ: What sets you/your company apart from others?
T.H.: Our team includes real DJs with hundreds of hours of training on turntables. Our style of DJing allows us to engage the crowd with old-school style of DJing and make great mixes and seamless transitions between songs. Our clients book either an all digital music service, or they have the option to add in a “wax” element where we bring crates of records and play vinyl throughout the evening.

S.A.: Our photographers capture the whole day from start to finish, so it is a very photo-journalistic style mixed with classic wedding portraits to create a well-rounded gallery for each couple we work with. We have a true passion for covering weddings and I think it shows in our final product.

CHEZ: What is your most memorable moment from past events?
S.A. A recent memory came from a wedding that I shot where Tyler DJed. His mixer glitched for just a second and the sound went out…during the dance floor. It was a few moments of silence while Tyler worked to fix the situation. In the meantime the crowd started singing a song that Tyler hadn’t been playing when the sound when out. It was “Party Up (Up in Here).” Tyler got his system up and running and took a few seconds to find “Party Up.” When he dropped that track to bring the music back on the crowd absolutely lost it and started dancing like crazy, break dancing, etc. When you work weddings there is always the stress that something could go wrong, we wedding professionals are only human. Even with years of experience, things happen from time to time. I loved Tyler’s ability to take that moment and use it to pivot the mood in the room to escalate it to the best party those guests had ever been to.

CHEZ: What event trends do you love right now?
S.A. & T.H.: Marriage Equality! Since same sex weddings were made legal we’ve had the opportunity to work with so many more amazing couples, and it makes us happy!

CHEZ: What is the most unique request a client has ever had?
S.A. & T.H.: One time we had a groom obsessed with Chicago radio jingles, like the Luna and Empire carpet commercials. He wanted them played at his wedding, so we sprinkled them into the dinner music.

CHEZ: What does a typical event day look like for you?
S.A. & T.H.: We are fully focused on our events and weddings for the day! Our photographers typically start with getting ready photos and cover through dancing at the reception, very often 8-10 hours of shooting. Our DJs meet at the studio to gather their gear and wedding notes before heading to the venue. Between loading gear and event performance time, our DJs consistently put in 12 hour days for a wedding.

CHEZ: Name three things you couldn’t live without (besides the obvious!)
S.A. & T.H.: Our daughter, Eleanor! S.A.: a camera, T.H.: turntables

CHEZ: Name three things people probably don’t know about you.
S.A. & T.H.: When people find out we are married, they always ask if we met at a wedding, but we actually met many years earlier in college. Tyler was the lead singer of an 80s cover band, and Shelley stopped in to Harpo’s (Columbia, MO) to see the band with her roommate. It was love at first sight and we’ve been together ever since!

S.A.: I have an identical twin sister. She lives in Ft. Collins, CO so people don’t often see her around Chicago.

T.H.: Before I became a DJ I was in live music for most of my life. One of the first bands I was in was a ska band and I still love that music.

CHEZ: What is the best piece of advice you can give someone planning an event?
S.A. & T.H.: Do your research, but don’t overthink it. If you find a vendor you love and want to work with, go with it and book them! Too many meetings can make the planning process overwhelming and tedious.

CHEZ: What do you love about Chez?
S.A. & T.H.: 
It has a unique, modern and fresh style that you can do almost anything with. It’s the perfect canvas to paint your unique day!

Thank you Shelly and Tyler! We look forward to working with you in 2017.

Photography by: Cage + Aquarium