Hi, guys! Just like any of my major life events, (you guys were third only to my ex-husband and Mom to know when I got my divorce,) I'd officially like to announce that I'm getting married! Woo-hoo. Except there's a problem. (Isn't there always?)
The venue I was going to book just went up for sale. I'm looking in the Logan Square area for a venue (suburbs the farthest I'd like to go, think Glenview, Arlington Heights, Hoffman Estates,) but really want to keep things as local for us as possible. All my bridesmaids save for my sister live in Logan Square.
Anyone know of ANY good venues in Logan Square? Surrounding (nice - ish) neighborhoods?
Any and all help is appreciated, but we, (the groom & I,) don't want to travel more than an hour to get to our own wedding.
The date is October 13th 2013... so we're seriously needing to move on this!
Please, please, please, help!
--- Nicole A. Winter
One of these hub authors might be able to come through with some good info.
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