A rainy weather forecast didn’t keep Kristy & John from enjoying a wonderful wedding & reception at Anderson Country Club. With the nuptials moved indoors, we squeezed in an impromptu rehearsal right on the banquet room dance floor before the guests arrived for a pre-ceremony cocktail hour. With the guests in place at their dinner tables, the ceremony was short & sweet, and only minutes later, the couple was re-introduced for the lively reception. Platinum DJ Productions was there to set the tone, and then Toy Factory brought it home with some funky live R&B to keep the crowd grooving on the dance floor. Special thanks to Kristy’s sister Nicki for the referral!
It’s always an honor to be hired by fellow event professionals to film their own weddings, and Audreyalice & Paul’s wedding & reception at the Horizon Convention Center in Muncie was no exception. I teamed up with the always-hilarious bobbi+mike for prep coverage, the first look, and photos around the neighborhood. The wine box “time capsule” ceremony during the wedding was a nice touch. The reception was a feast for the eyes, with AV and music provided by Paul’s company AMS Entertainment in their home venue. I loved the “Ball Jar” motif throughout the decor, but it’s the maple bacon cupcakes that my taste buds will always remember. What a fun night with such a sweet couple!
Photo by bobbi+mike
Maggie & Steven exchanged vows in a Judeo-Christian ceremony under a gorgeous chuppah at Tabernacle Presbyterian Church, and then celebrated with friends & family at the Crowne Plaza at Historic Union Station. After a first meeting and exchange of gifts under the chuppah, they headed outside for photos with Nathaniel Edmunds Photography and then signed a ketubah, while A Touch of Elegance worked behind the scenes to set the stage for a beautiful wedding with combined traditions.
The reception featured many unique touches, and the Grand Hall looked fantastic with classically elegant decor by Bokay Florist and a towering cake by Heavenly Sweets. Wedding Entertainment Director Jim Cerone presided over the evening’s events, culminating in a “flashy” grand exit by horse carriage. It was a blast working with many of my favorite vendor friends, and big thanks to Meredith Gradle for referring your super-sweet sister & new brother-in-law to us!
Image by Nathaniel Edmunds Photography