Edie and Scott's Wedding Info Page

UPDATE: The wedding was beautiful, fun and far beyond my expectations! Thanks to everyone for making this such an outstanding day for Edie and I!

Greetings!

First off, thank you for visiting this info page. It pertains to a very wonderful and exciting event -- my betrothal to the beautiful and intelligent Edie Rubinowitz. We've created this page as a running list of posts offering as much information as we could muster on various details of our wedding ceremony, reception and related events. If you have any questions that are not answered, please feel free to contact Edie or I directly via E-mail. And feel free to leave a comment below!

Whether from far away or nearby, in spirit or in person, we thank you for celebrating with us!

Hotels in Evanston:

Hilton Garden Inn Evanston‎
1818 Maple Avenue, Evanston, IL‎
Tel: (847) 475-6400‎
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Hotel Orrington‎
1710 Orrington Ave, Evanston, IL‎
Tel: (847) 866-8700
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The Homestead
1625 Hinman Avenue,, Evanston, IL‎
Tel: (847) 475-3300‎
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Margarita European Inn‎
1566 Oak Ave, Evanston, IL‎
Tel: (847) 869-2273‎
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Hotels in Skokie:

Doubletree Hotel
9599 Skokie Boulevard, Skokie, IL
Tel: (847) 679-7000‎
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Comfort Inn Skokie‎
9333 Skokie Boulevard, Skokie, IL‎
Tel: (847) 679-4200‎
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Hampton Inn & Suites
5201 Old Orchard Rd, Skokie, IL‎
Tel: (847) 583-1111‎
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Hotels near New Leaf (event space):

View Hotel Park‎ (0.1 miles from New Leaf)
1816 N Clark St, Chicago, IL
Tel: (312) 664-3040
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Ambassador East Hotel (0.7 miles from New Leaf)
1301 N State Pkwy, Chicago, IL
Tel: (312) 787-7200‎
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Hotel Indigo (0.7 miles from New Leaf)
1244 N Dearborn St, Chicago, IL
Tel: (312) 787-4980‎
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Restaurants in Evanston/Rogers Park:

Finer Dining:

Pete Miller's (Seafood & Steak)‎
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Stained Glass Bistro (Wine/New American)‎
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Va Pensiero (Italian)‎
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Campagnola‎ (Italian)‎
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Casual Dining:

Blind Faith Cafe (Vegetarian/Vegan)
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Lucky Platter (Eclectic)‎
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LuLu's (Pan-Asian)‎
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Giordano's‎ (Chicago Deep Dish Pizza)
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Heartland Cafe‎ (Healthy Eats & Good Music)
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Interesting/Fun Restaurants in Chicago:

Pizzeria Uno (Home of Chicago Style Pizza)‎
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Frontera Grill (Chef Rick Bayless)
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Trader Vic's (The Original Tiki Bar)‎
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Signature Room (95th floor views)‎
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7 Comments

Beautiful picture of you both. I would love a copy for our family photo album.

Thanks,
Maria

Hey Scott and Edie,
I am curious as to what the dress code for the wedding is. Scott ask Edie if you are unsure. Formal, semi formal, casual, or general wedding attire.... (steve wants to know if jeans are okay)lol We have talked to Noel about staying where he is, waiting on the info. Hope all is coming together for you both. If you ever want pictures of you other niece let me know I am sure I have some. This is our first time of not staying with you Scott hope we will be welcome back in the future. The boys are settling down more. Tyler is taller than me at almost 5'6" soon he will top Steve and Trevor is getting bigger too. Take care Kathleen

Maria,

You got it! Thanks so much. Scott's a great photographer, no? I think he set that one up with a timer.

Got your RSVP, too. Can't wait to see you again!

Edie

Kathleen, great question. Here are some brilliant insights on the "dress code" from the Mother of the Bride:


"I think of a Sunday late afternoon wedding as general wedding attire, semi-
formal. Woman will be in cocktail length dresses or dress skirts or slacks
and tops, men wear suits, maybe blazers. Boys usually wear dress slacks
and shirts, with or without jackets, depending on age and preference. Girls
wear party dresses, or skirts or dressy slacks with tops."


Edie

Dear Edie and Scott:

After bouncing around from one of our three addresses to the other we finally got your gorgeous invitation. Unfortunately we will be unable to attend your wedding but we send you much love and all our wishes for all of your dreams to come true.

Edie, when Melvin saw the picture of you the first thing he said was, "She looks just like Aunt Ida." I can't think of a better compliment. He still talks about her with much love even after all these years. Please send our love to your parents and know that we wish you all much happiness at this wonderful time.

Please keep us in mind for your next mitzvah. Love and xxxx"s Eileen and Melvin

Scott and Edie,

Thank you so much for sharing your BEAUTIFUL honeymoon photos. It is beautiful there!! And it looks like you guys had lots of fun!!
We are going over to mom's tonight (Char) and I'll let her know the pictures are ready for vewing. We have been waithing for them.

Love & blessings,
Maria

Dear Edie, do you recall all those years ago in Berkeley when you wrote a small piece about me for the Daily Cal? I was the singer on the street from England, Jlian Davies. I am updating my website and am posting the article you wrote! I googled you and am so glad to see your face and that you look well and happy and are married! You were going through a very difficult time back then, very depressed and homesick, I felt for you! Can you believe it was over 20 years ago!!! Anyway I hope things are good in your life and I wish you well, Julian

www.juliandavies.org.uk
www.julianfilms.com

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