Stephanie & Stafford’s wedding day at The Montage was filled with fun, family, friends and decent weather in the middle of a crazy hot summer. After the couple’s first meeting in the ceremony garden, our good friends Dawn & Mike Fisher of Galleria Studios took the bridal party around the property for some nice photo ops. The ceremony in the garden was beautiful, as were the vows that Stephanie & Stafford wrote for each other. The reception inside was highlighted by the usual amazing service by Kahn’s Catering (who referred this event to us), tastefully elegant decor by Alan Thompson, AIFD of McNamara, and packed dance floor courtesy of Mark Beecher from Grapevine Entertainment.
A few years after filming Amanda & Michael’s wedding, I was excited to film the wedding of Michael’s twin sister Courtney & Ross at East 91st Street Christian Church, followed by their reception at the Eiteljorg Museum. Prior to the ceremony, photographer Dawn Fisher of Galleria Studios & I captured some fun shots of the bridal party, which included many of our previous as well as future clients. The reception looked fantastic thanks to colorful decor by Circle City Designers, and the service by Kahn’s Catering was top notch. The DJs of PBJ Entertainment presided over a lively evening of dancing, highlighted by a cameo appearance by Purdue Pete, and the flutter fetti sendoff was the perfect way to top off a glorious day.
Sijia & Matt enjoyed a picture-perfect fall day for their wedding and reception at the Mansion at Oak Hill. Along with Dawn & Mike Fisher of Galleria Studios (who referred the couple to us), we captured some nice shots under the canopy of trees which later became the backdrop for their beautiful and emotional ceremony, highlighted by a unique rose ceremony that Sijia & Matt will recreate on their anniversaries. The bride looked stunning in her dress as well as makeup by Karen Hall. The flowers by Jan Johnson of Belle Fleur added elegance to the ballroom for the reception, which was expertly presided over by Jeremy Gearries of DJs Direct. The big day concluded in style with Sijia & Matt’s grand exit in an Antique Limousine provided by Jack Gambs.
Photo by Galleria Studios
Jen and Zach had their wedding ceremony and reception at the Conrad Hotel. We enjoyed capturing this special day alongside Galleria Studios, and it was also great filming Casey Scott and Posh Petals‘ beautiful decor for the second straight weekend.
At the reception, we loved Jen’s father’s toast when he gave Jen a rock that she’d given him as a child over 20 years ago! The Souled Out Band kept the crowd dancing all night, so it was a nice touch to furnish flipflops (organized by size) for all the guests. Plus, everyone liked the French fries provided as a late night snack.
Special thanks to our IndyVisual clients, Blair and Michael, for referring the couple to us! Best wishes to Jen and Zach for a long and happy life together!
Photo by Galleria Studios
Tiffany & Ed are one of the most fun couples I’ve ever gotten to know, and they brought a unique element of excitement to every aspect of their wedding day, from their ceremony at the Scottish Rite Cathedral to their reception at the Crowne Plaza at Historic Union Station. The guys started the day with shaves at Red’s Classic Barber Shop while the gals got ready at Crowne Plaza. After a beautiful ceremony in the Scottish Rite theater, plus a YouTube worthy recessional by the bridal party, we all headed to Monument Circle for photos with Dawn Fisher of Galleria Studios.
This airline pilot & hostess knew just how to make the party “take off,” with their “Top Gun” intro leading into a hilarious fake first dance. A candy station, cigar bar and late night McDoubles were nice touches as well throughout the evening. The Grand Hall looked splendid thanks to lighting by Evans Audio Visual and decor by Circle City Designers, and Randi Neukam of Circle City Planners (who referred Tiff & Ed to us) was there as well to oversee all of the day’s events.