What a sweet and special day it was outside in God’s wedding chapel for Pete and Allison’s wedding. We began the day with Allison and her ladies getting hair done at E.M. Studio Salon in Brownsburg, which was convenient as I live about 5 minutes away. That morning Allison’s mother Karen presented her with a surprise scrapbook full of pictures and memories from Allison and Pete’s 10 years of dating relationship. Wow, what an amazing history!
The day was full of fun, friends, beautiful sunshine and moments all the way up to the end where everyone let off a lantern and filled the sky with the light of Allison and Pete’s love. Our best to the newlywed’s may their love burn very bright in the future!
Photography Jennifer Soots Photography Makeup L.A. Cafe Hair E.M. Studio Salon Brownsburg Brides Makeup ReNew Beauty Cakes Rascias Creative Cakes
It’s not all the time you meet a couple who are as likable as John and Gina. They’re both very genuine, good hearted people. These characteristics which have no doubt served them well as individuals will surely make for a very successful marriage going forward.
The day got rolling with John, Gina and their party getting ready at the Doubletree Hotel in South Bend. John presented Gina with a beautiful pearl necklace and a surprise reveal of their honeymoon destination. Gina presented John with a beautiful pocket watch and her mother and father with traditional hankies to dry their tears. Gina joked the Old wives’ tail goes “if you catch one of the Bride’s tears with the hanky, your crops will be grow and be watered.”
For the ceremonies Gina and John said their vows in the Basilica and partied afterward at the beautiful Palais Royale.
We wish Gina and John the best that life has to offer!
Filmmakers Vibrant Video Productions Planning and Design Belle Behind the Ball Photography Jennifer Mayo Reception Venue Palais Royal Palais site-coordinator Richelle Gingerich Band Standing Room Only Florist Country Florist Cake C’est LaVie Cakes Dress Maggie Sottero
Courtney and Matt tied the knot in a lovely ceremony at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in the heart of the Fountain Square district of Indianapolis. Their reception was hosted at the beautiful Indiana Roof Ballroom downtown. It was the quintessential midwest summer day and we loved spending it with them experiencing all the beautiful sights and sounds of their wedding. To paraphrase Courtney’s maid of honor, “marriage isn’t about things like money or competition its about the small moments and gestures of love shared with one another.” Our best to the happy couple, may you enjoy the small moments. Cheers!
Molly and Spencer hosted their wedding in the Merdian-Kessler area of Indianapolis where Molly grew up. I always love driving through and visiting the area to see the beautiful old stone and brick homes and the immaculately maintained lawns. Side note, If you don’t know this about me I love beautiful properties, landscaping, and home improvement. I’m not sure what that has to do with Molly and Spencer’s wedding.. but speaking of immaculate the ceremony was hosted at Immaculate Heart of Mary in Indy and the reception hosted at Woodland Country Club in Carmel, Indiana:) Their wedding party and guests were super fun and comfortable in front of the camera for us. Thanks for allowing us to take part in your special event Molly and Spencer and may the Lord bless your union!