Wow, what a day for Shannon and Kellen! We arrived to busy wedding party preparations at the Morris Inn and got right to work capturing the bride and groom getting suited up! It wasn’t long before the makeup was done, the tux and dress were on, Kellen was off to the Basilica and Shannon went to see her father for the first time that morning. And what a beautiful moment that was. Seeing her father’s joy for his daughter was really special. The whole day was beautiful and everything fell right into place. Enough from me about the day, see for yourself!
Featured Photo Credit: Katie-Whitcomb
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It was a beautiful day.. We started by filming Brittany, her bridesmaids and Nate getting dressed up at the Mavris. After there were many special events including Brittany’s first looks with her bridesmaids, her father and with Nate! There were letters, gifts and hugs exchanged that were amazing to film. I’d say Brittany and Nate outdid themselves! After the bride and groom first look we went to the Indiana War Memorial for candid photos. It was the kind of swelter outside you’d come to expect in an Indianapolis summer but Brittany and Nate rocked the heat wave like champs and made some beautiful memories through it all. All in all a very fine day at the Mavris! Check out their day and story as told through our lens.
Stacey and Taylor had a beautiful, wistful wedding day at the Indiana State Museum. We love weddings at the ISM. It’s a unique location right on the Canal Walk with fantastic photo opportunities and amazing views of Indianapolis. The grounds are especially great on a nice day when there’s people walking, running, paddle-boating or bicycle riding. That kinetic energy between people, nature and space creates an almost magical atmosphere. The kind which I think embodies the spirit of a wedding. Maybe a way to describe it is like stepping into the scene from (La Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat) one of my favorite paintings 🙂
Well enough from me, check out this sweet couples wedding film!!
It was a true pleasure to work with Katie and Dan and film their holiday season wedding event. We started the day at the Carmel Lutheran Church where Dan’s father is the pastor and presided over a beautiful wedding ceremony for them. Afterward Dan, Katie & the wedding party braved the cold with us at the circle downtown for some great shots with the christmas lights and city bustle. Once we all thawed out from the photo session it was time to move inside for the grand entrance on the 4th floor then on upstairs for dinner and dancing at The Columbia Club. Side note, if you like Mumford and Sons music I’m sure you’ll enjoy this trailer. So crank up the speakers on your computing device and enjoy! Our best to the couple!