Antique Market Dreams
May 7, 2010
I have much love for Chicago photographer
Jeremy Lawson and it’s always a pleasure to feature his Rock n Roll weddings – especially when they are as awesome as the one of Mary & Alton.
The wedding took place at the uber cool
Salvage One, which, with it’s awesome signage and rustic, almost derelict, antique market interior provided the perfect backdrop to the event. Mary’s vintage look was provided by local Chicago design Jess Audey who custom made her beautiful dress and Antje Kastner at Tigerlilie who did her retro/rockabilly style hair and make up.
Thanks to Jeremy for sharing
Jeremy Lawson Photography
Dress: Jess Audey
Hair & make up: Antje Kastner at Tigerlilie
Venue: Salvage One
Music: Dolly Varden
Flowers: Asrai Garden
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