Union Station wedding day for Mallory and Carson! Big city wedding in Indianapolis, Indiana. Wedding videography at Crown Plaza downtown.

Union Station Wedding | Mallory + Carson’s Big Beautiful Wedding Day

Mallory and Carson’s Union Station wedding day was epic! The Union Station at Crown Plaza has long been one of our favorite places to film. It’s just one of those places that has a special energy and is amazing for events.

As we know 2020 was a year for small gatherings and therefore more modest wedding events. Mallory and Carson’s wedding was kinda a triumph over wedding limitations if there was one. Big venue in the city, hundreds of guests and a big beautiful wedding party! It felt great not to have any limitations in celebrating with them. Not to mention the weather was spot on. We took full advantage of that great weather being outdoors for Mallory and Carson’s first look in the ally next to Omni Hotel plus we visited the war memorial plus the circle for photos/video. It was your perfect Indianapolis wedding day for the perfect couple. Cheers to you Mallory & Carson and thanks for inviting us to be part of your beautiful wedding day!!

Katie & Stefan {Wedding at D’Amore in Indy}

At the top of the city looking out was the amazing view we had during Katie and Stefan’s wedding this past November. Katie and Stefan along with the talented staff at D’Amore designed the event perfectly to compliment the winter season. There were snowflake centerpieces, frosty champagne, mistletoe and cool uplighting to set the tone. They also planned their wedding for the day after Thanksgiving when the christmas lights are turned on at monument circle downtown. Of course we had a front row seat to view the lighting and subsequent fireworks show from where we were at the top of Chase Tower. I hope you enjoy the sights and sounds of their very special day!

Molly and Jordan | Married at St. Anthony’s Church, Reception at St. Joseph’s Farm

We had a fantastic time at Molly and Jordan’s wedding. The day went super smooth and before we knew it we were following the cow limo to the reception! There we were blown away by the beautiful design done by Martha (Molly’s Mother) and the event planner Beth. I don’t want to know how they got lighting to hang from the ceiling some 30′ up but it looked nice. History lesson: the farm was built in 1867, as a food producing venue for the rapidly growing Notre Dame University and was used for over 100 years to that end! All in all it was family and friends having fun and sharing hilarious speeches that made the day special for Molly, Jordan and their guests. Well enough said, check out their highlights film!

Credits:

Cinematography Vibrant Video Productions, Photography M. Rinaye Photography Coordinating/Design Beth, Plum & Poppy Weddings Florist Poppies Reception Venue St. Joseph’s Farm Lighting ProShow Band Darryl Buchannan Hair and Make-up Bangs Salon