To say Laura & Glenn’s Wedding at Industry 828 was exceptional would be an understatement. Weddings as lovely usually don’t come easy. Laura and Glenn’s wedding seemed like an easy composite of their favorite things. All grounded by love, great design, and lots fun on Laura and Glenn’s part!
Their day, ceremony and reception all took place at Industry 828 Events Center in the historic Industrial center of Indianapolis, Ind. The venue provided plenty of space for their guests. The venue has a cool industrial vibe with lots of exposed brick and natural light for getting ready and photos. Industry also comes with easy access to the city of Indy for pictures and video.
If you watch Laura and Glenn interact for more than a few minutes you can tell they’re great together. The ease with which they communicate is on point. You also recognize the trust between them and just an easy enjoyment being together. This all came out so well during video and photos on their wedding day. Don’t take my word for it though. Check out their film and see all the moments that create the tapestry of their love story!!
Laura and Drew were a lot of fun to work with and were impossible to get a bad shot of! They started the day at Grace United Methodist Church in South Bend, Indiana one of our favorite cities to film in. After the ceremony we stopped in at St. Mary’s College and had an amazing candid video session there with the wedding party and Emily Laraine Photography. Emily actually attended St. Mary’s and knew some great spots on campus to take everyone for photos! It was then on to St. Hedwig’s for the reception celebration. All in all it was a sweet day and resulted in a fantastic film! Thanks Drew and Laura for making us part of it all.
As a visual artist new people and places always inspire me. I guess that’s one reason filming weddings is so intriguing. There’s always something new and unexpected waiting to be seen. Bart and Laura had an epic event this past weekend in Indianapolis with all kinds of amazing experiences to be shared by the guests and couple. Laura had a big part in the planning and designed the day to take place all within a few city blocks in downtown Indy which is not only a credit to her but a nod to the city and the convenience of hosting events here. We started off the day at the Conrad hotel with getting ready shots then walked over to St. John Catholic Church for the ceremony. Afterwards we traversed the city for the candid session ending up at the incredible Indiana Roof Ballroom for the reception.
I was asked by the couple to produce a next day edit to show at breakfast for the wedding party and gladly put in the extra hours that night to create this highlights of the day. Check it out and enjoy the sights and sounds of Laura and Bart’s day!