Wilmette, IL is in New Trier Township of Cook County and it is just 23km north of downtown Chicago. The village is estimated to be the home of about 27,081 residents and most people usually refer to it as a bedroom community in the North Shore region of Chicago area.
The area has a reputation as one of the best places to raise children in Chicago and one of the best places to live in, generally, in the United States, owing to the fact that it has low unemployment rate, low housing vacancy rates, low crime rates, and higher education levels.
Other than the great life enjoyed by the residents of Wilmette, the area also exudes with a lots of attractions, with the most notable ones being the Chicago Botanic Garden, Skokie Lagoons, Gillson Park and the Baha House of Worship which was built in 1953.
As such, the village has just everything right to make it attractive for those who want to have their wedding. Consequently, a good number of people usually head to Wilmette during the months of summer to exchange their vows, and make nice memories with wedding photography featuring the beautiful landscapes around.