A Posh Production is no stranger to the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum in Chicago. In fact, Posh was there three times in August 2013 alone and is the preferred event lighting vendor of the museum. Posh often adorns the outdoor terrace of this venue with Italian string lighting, as was the case for the August 24th wedding of Julie and Marcus. This time, however, instead of stringing the lights straight across the top of the terrace, Posh strung the lights on an angle from the top level of the terrace to the balcony on the bottom. This created an elegant, unconventional take on the typical use of Italian string lights. Additionally, Chinese hanging lanterns were hung above the dance floor and around the inside of the room of the wedding reception.
A Posh Production is known for going above and beyond the call of duty in order to make sure their clients are happy. This wedding was no exception. A week before the date of the wedding, the bride and groom came to Posh with the wishes of projecting a video. However, there was no space left in the reception room. The Posh team met Julie and Marcus at the venue to determine a way to ensure the wishes of the bride and groom were met. The Posh team decided to use trussing to rig the projector up eight feet and project the video on a wall above the guests.
A Posh Production greatly enjoyed the opportunity to work at the Nature Museum again and loved having another happy bride and groom!