A Classic Wedding with Blue Accents\\nFrench blue and coral tones create an air of sophistication for one couple's family-oriented country club celebration.\\nAfter proposing in front of the Chicago sushi restaurant where they'd had their first date, Rebecca and Daniel went for drinks atop the John Hancock tower, where Rebecca's parents had celebrated their own engagement some 35 years prior. Upon arrival, Rebecca was surprised by both of their families, who'd gathered to toast the couple's engagement.\\nClassic all-white bouquet of white ranunculuses and peonies.\\nDaniel, who prepped for the ceremony with his groomsmen and father, dressed in a Hugo Boss tuxedo.\\nBridesmaids donned Thread dresses from Bella Bridesmaid.\\nThe 2 p.m. ceremony was held at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Bloomington, the bride's childhood parish.\\nRebecca's three J.Crew-clad nieces served as flower girls, while her nephew served as ring bearer.\\nThe programs were designed by Clementine Ink + Paper. The couple worked with wedding planner Kara Superfine of Bliss Weddings and Events.\\nAfter the ceremony, guests made their way to a private club, where mojitos were served during the alfresco cocktail hour.\\nEscort cards were displayed in wood boxes handmade by Daniel's father. The festivities then moved to the dining room for the reception.\\nThe head table featured candelabras and garden roses, ranunculuses, and peonies in mirrored vases. All flowers were by Heaven on Earth.\\nDinner featured filet mignon, mushroom risotto, and salmon; all catering was provided by the club. The buttercream-frosted cake by Michaleen Hundman was decorated with fresh peonies.\\nThe newlyweds chose \\"Days Like This\\" by Van Morrison for their first dance.\\nThe newlyweds' first dance was then followed by the father-daughter dance. Music was performed by Standing Room Only.\\nThe night included toasts as well as a performance of \\"Danny Boy\\" by Paddy Homan, an Irish tenor and family friend, in honor of the couple's Irish heritage. \\"We were so thankful to be surrounded by so much love,\\" says Rebecca.