Unique family-owned shops, nationally recognized retailers, distinctive restaurants, and a picturesque Riverwalk - that's what you will find in Downtown.
And the parking is FREE in all the municipal parking lots and decks.
“It was one of my mom’s favorite churches and I remember going there as a little girl,” Emerson Creek’s barn was decorated with rustic details, such as delicate white papel picado banners and baby’s breath tucked into clay cups that the couple purchased in Mexico.
The adjacent wedding tent was pure vintage elegance, from the gold vases and lanterns to the dark floral arrangements studded with plum blooms, feathery greenery and succulents.
The property then belonged to Delclara Sleight, granddaughter of Naperville pioneer settler and real estate developer Morris Sleight, who inherited the land from her father Delcar in 1902 when only 9 months old.
Having surveyed the area, they set their sites on a plot of land located just east of downtown Naperville, with easy access to the trains travelling between Chicago and the western suburbs.In the late spring of 1869, Sleight commissioned the construction of a well to provide a water source for his herds.He ordered a windmill from Chicago and, by June, cattle and goats drank from the cool waters pumped by gentle breezes.For their sweetheart table, they rented a tufted vintage loveseat that made for myriad photo ops.Vazquez and Guevara skipped a honeymoon since they had both traveled to New Orleans for their bachelor and bachelorette parties, but hope to plan their next adventure abroad soon, perhaps to Cuba or Thailand.