Chicago Ties the Knot
A fabulous luncheon, complete with champagne and wedding cake, launched “I Do”: Chicago Ties the Knot at the Chicago History Museum. Through the fashion of a single day, hundreds of stories unfold.
Married? Single? Everyone loves a wedding and at the new “I Do” exhibit, you can waltz down the aisle with 45 brides… thanks to an exhaustive search for the best in bride’s gowns for the past 150 years. All the accessories that made each wedding unique are here — from corsets to veils to purses to clothes for the groom. Chicago’s role in the creation of these amazing gowns is detailed, with fabled Marshall Field’s playing a major role.
Long married men and women, and brides-to-be, plus mother-of-the-bride and groom, will find much to ogle and inspire. Love does endure… and so do these special dresses that made 45 brides beautiful. Do not miss this unique exhibit at the Chicago History Museum, 1601 N. Clark in Chicago — it will be up from May 22 – January 3, 2011. A real treat for lovers of all ages!