Annie & Jason were married at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, with a reception following in the Grand Hall at the Crowne Plaza at Historic Union Station. They were referred to us by Tonya Shadoan of Circle City Planners.
Coverage started the night before at their rehearsal dinner at the Highland Golf & Country Club. Annie got the idea for a Purdue Boilermakers train-shaped cake from another video I had shown her, and the wooden train whistles were a hit with the kids. The whistles made another appearance the next day during the send-off after the wedding ceremony, after which the bridal party headed to Monument Circle for some shots with photographer Peter Thurin.
The reception at Union Station was a sight to behold, with holiday decor (including stockings for well-wishing guests to leave their notes in), lots of candles and elegant flowers by McNamara Florist. In an unusual touch, Annie & Jason got every single one of their traditional formalities out of the way before dinner, leaving everyone to enjoy the remainder of the evening rocking out to music by the band Blammo.

Photo by Peter Thurin Photography

It’s been a crazy few weeks devoted to travelling for the holidays, getting ready for the January bridal shows, and now preparing for another destination wedding in Playa Del Carmen near Cancun in Mexico! Jennifer and Kevin were referred to me by photographer Angela Talley, and we’re all planning on lots of great location shots and good times at the Royal Haciendas Resort. Obviously I’ll keep this blog updated when I return with highlights from this and a few other weddings yet to be edited. Until then, adios!