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3 Gorgeous Chicago Wedding Venues

Securing a venue is one of the first steps many newly engaged couples take when planning a wedding. If you’re still on the hunt for the perfect backdrop to your nuptials and/or reception, check out this list of our favorite Chicago wedding venues. They’re unique, timeless and sure to be the centerpiece of the biggest day of your life.

To help you get a leg-up on the planning process, we’ve listed a few options for car service vehicles and venues for your Chicago nuptials.

1. Stan Mansion

2408 N Kedzie Boulevard, Chicago, IL 60647

Located in historic Logan Square, Stan Mansion is a nearly 100-year-old former Masonic lodge that was completely restored in 2014.

Today, Stan Mansion retains all of its historic charms and serves as a popular wedding venue. Its historical splendor, size, and options for customization make it a go-to choice for many couples. The mansion can seat up to 300 guests for dinner, and up to 420 guests for a cocktail reception.

2. InterContinental Chicago

505 N Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611

In addition to its wealth of breathtaking spaces that are suitable for both wedding ceremonies and receptions, the InterContinental Hotel also comes equipped with a team of attentive and knowledgeable wedding planners and staff members.

The InterContinental offers three different packages, as well as an extensive selection of culinary add-ons, including cocktail hour stations, appetizers and dessert bars.

3. Loft on Lake

1366 W Lake Street, Chicago, IL 60607

Loft on Lake is a family-owned and operated wedding venue. The loft can be transformed into the exact style you wish to achieve. The site is accustomed to working with Chicago’s top vendors, including caterers, photographers, florists and pastry chefs, and the team strives to make planning your ceremony and reception an easy, enjoyable process.

It’s a “green” venue, constructed with natural materials that are not only eco-friendly but provide a rustic, yet refined ambiance. Loft on Lake is also a pet-friendly venue. The staff understands that pets play important roles in our lives, and they welcome the opportunity to include pets into wedding ceremonies.

Chicago Wedding Day Transportation

Finding the perfect venue, cake tasting and dress shopping are some of the first wedding planning items that come to your mind. And why not? Checking these things off your list is fun and exciting.

What’s NOT fun and exciting? Realizing you forgot to book transportation for your wedding day.

Transportation is a hugely important aspect of your big day. How else are you going to get around? Plus, consider the fact that the bride and groom aren’t the only ones who will need transportation. Think about out-of-town guests flying into O’Hare, grandparents, etc.

OML Worldwide understands the need for luxury, variety, and presentation when it comes to wedding day vehicles, which is why we offer a diverse fleet of pristine, late-model vehicles.

+ Mercedes-Benz sedan: Seats up to 3 and features adjustable, heated leather seating and tinted windows.

+ Lincoln SUV: Seats up to 5 and features a drop-down writing tray, tinted windows, leather interior, DVD player, and sound system.

+ Lincoln stretch limousine: Seats up to 8 and features an unstocked dry bar, partition, two televisions, DVD player, and sound system.

+ Deluxe mini-coach: Seats up to 21, with room for luggage, and features a PA system, flat-screen television, and a DVD player.

As you move forward in your wedding planning, OML Worldwide wishes you nothing but the best, from venue, to caterers, to car service and more. Request a free quote to learn more about our wedding day transportation services  — no strings attached.

*Editor’s Note: This blog was originally published in 2015 and has since been updated to reflect the most accurate information.

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Dale Schahczinski
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