Hearing Mary and Jamie tell their story it’s easy to see their hearts are at home together. Mary says she knew the first time she saw Jamie. Jamie described taking Mary to vacation with his family very early on in their courtship and it being so natural. They are from opposite ends ends of the country. Mary from Florida and Jamie from California but their paths converged at the crossroads of America, Indiana! Since they met at Notre Dame University it was only fitting that they were married in a destination wedding on campus at The Basilica of the Sacred Heart back where it all began.
The idea of home being where the heart is was the meaning behind an awesome song Jamie wrote and performed for Mary at their reception at The Brick. Since they met whether they were just across campus from each other during college years or coasts apart they had found their home in one another. Our best to the new couple. May your home be blessed with happiness and filled with beauty!
Becky & Jimmy are a really cool couple and we enjoyed hanging out with them and helping tell their wedding story. When we first spoke they told me how they each had gown up spending the summers with family at Lake James in Angola Indiana actually not too far from my hometown in Northern Indiana. Anyhow they met at Miami University in Ohio and began spending summers together on Lake James and have such a history there they decided to make it their destination wedding site. Btw if you aren’t familiar with the laketown concept basically the way it works is you spend the summertime on the Lake then head back home for the remainder of the year. Sounds nice doesn’t it! I thought it was a pretty neat story and am always amazed how common interests and upbringings bring people together even if they did meet far from home. Check out their highlights film!
Emma and Larry had a beautiful wedding in their hometown Chicago, IL. The day was perfectly planned around the downtown area. The Waldorf Astoria, Holy Name Cathedral and the Gibson’s Steakhouse were all within walking distance and offered us some wonderful locations to film in. Also, I don’t know if a couple could be any nicer than these two individuals are. They did a fantastic job of catering to all their guests and vendors and we certainly appreciate that. Best of luck to them in the future!
Constance & Richi had a wonderful wedding day complete with all the bells and whistles. The wedding was meant to be a celebration of their two respective cultures coming together and definitely achieved that goal. They had the ceremony at the bride’s family’s church but included an officiant who was a friend of the grooms family to also deliver a message in Spanish. At the reception they incorporated the cultural theme with amazing Irish tap dancers and later a hugh mariachi band to entertain the guests.
The day was alot of fun and a great success. Our very best to the couple!