I can honestly say that I have never seen as many details packed into a single wedding day as Jennifer put into hers. But she pulled it off beautifully, with some last-minute help and a great can-do attitude by the staff of Black Tie Events, and the result was a wedding day to be remembered by all. The ceremony uniting Jennifer & Eron was held at Christ United Methodist Church, the site where Jennifer’s parents were married 39 years ago to the day. My favorite unique detail during the ceremony was the assembly of a wedding wreath, during which we learned the meaning behind the many beautiful pieces that went into the wreath.
Cindy Wagner of Wagner Photographics got some great shots of the couple on the canal afterwards while I focused on capturing as many details as I could at the lively cocktail hour at the Indiana History Center. The reception was also full of many touches and surprises, my favorite of which was the raining down of rose petals provided by The Painted Daisy during the perfectly choreographed first dance, an idea that Jennifer said she got from my website. Wedding entertainment director Jim Cerone presided over the many details with his usual class and professionalism through the end of the evening, when the couple hopped on a horse carriage ride to begin their new life together.