Venue: Indianapolis Artsgarden
Coordinator: Le Jour Du Mariage
Photographer: Danielle Harris Photography
Florist: I Do Flowers By Sarah
Hair: Beauty & The Braid
Makeup: Kathryn’s Bridal Bar
Caterer: Ritz Charles & Kilroy’s Bar & Grill Indy
DJ: Grapevine DJ & Photobooth
Accommodations: Embassy Suites Indianapolis

Venue: Scottish Rite Cathedral
Planner: IndyGigz
Photographer: Sarah Elizabeth Photos
Florist: Accent Floral Design
Beauty: Salon One Four
Decor: Wow-Factors & LGI Linens
Lighting & Grand Exit: Evans Audio Visual
Caterer: Kahn’s Catering
Cake: Classic Cakes
DJ: Grapevine Productions
Limo: Antique Limousine of Indianapolis

Venue Eiteljorg Museum // Photographer Jennifer Driscoll Photography // Florist Jeni Banker // Caterer Kahn’s Catering // Cake Classic Cakes // Ice Cream Lick // DJ Grapevine Productions

Image by Jennifer Driscoll Photography

Venue Newfields // Planner & Florist Ooh La La Events // Photographer Stacy Able Photography // Hair & Makeup Something Blue Stylists // Stationery Interprintations // Artist Spear-Huff Studio // Musicians The Deoc Ensemble // Caterer Kahn’s Catering // Cake Classic Cakes // DJ Grapevine Productions // Photo Booth Indy Photo Booths // Transportation Indy Trolley

Image by Stacy Able Photography

VENUE Laurel Hall // PLANNER Emily Ventura Designs // PHOTOGRAPHER 227Photo // FLORIST Blue Flower // HAIR By Monica Michelle // MAKEUP Salon One Four // CATERER Mills Catering // CAKE Classic Cakes // DJ Grapevine Entertainment

Image by 227Photo

Miranda & Sean’s wedding weekend was truly amazing from their uplifting ceremony at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church through their spectacular reception at the Scottish Rite Cathedral.  Coverage began with a rehearsal dinner at Mateo’s on the square in Noblesville.  The next day’s preparations started at the bride’s gorgeous family estate, highlighted by her father’s display of a $2 bill they had split when she was a child.  Following the beautiful ceremony, Miranda surprised the crowd with her bouquet toss before heading off with Sean in a classy Rolls Royce by Antique Limousines of Indy.

After some fun shots around downtown with photographer Jessica Strickland, we gathered at the Scottish Rite’s ballroom, which was magnificently transformed by Gene Huddleson (who referred Miranda & Sean to us) and his Detail+Design team, with help from Thomas Caterers of Distinction, Evans Audio-Visual, Pomp & Polish, Heavenly Sweets and others.  No one will forget the tearjerking reading of a lullaby poem by Miranda’s father, timed perfectly with a slideshow of her early years.  The First Impression Band and Grapevine Entertainment rocked the remainder of the evening, with a surprise explosion of streamers punctuating a perfect weekend.

Image by Jessica Strickland Photography

(More photos: http://www.jessicarstrickland.com/blog/wedding/indianapolis-wedding-photography-miranda-sean/)

Tissues were mandatory at Katie & Lance’s emotional wedding and reception at the Scottish Rite Cathedral.  After a sweet first meeting in the Tiler’s Room, we roamed around downtown for some shots with Nate & Cambrie of Nathaniel Edmunds Photography.  Then came the gorgeous ceremony in the theater, which Katie’s very pregnant twin sister was able to enjoy via iPad from the hospital.  She also delivered a pre-recorded toast during the reception while sitting (again via iPad) right by Katie’s side, and there wasn’t a dry eye in the house.  The room looked fantastic with huge black ostrich feather centerpieces by Bella’s Blooms, and the service by Thomas Caterers was sublime as usual.  And for the second consecutive night, I got to film a packed dance floor courtesy of Grapevine Entertainment.

Image by Nathaniel Edmunds Photography

For more pics on NEP’s blog: http://blog.nathanieledmunds.com/2012/07/29/katie-lance-2/

Angela & Chad are a stunning and very sweet couple who exchanged vows in a lovely Friday ceremony at St. Mary’s Catholic Church before celebrating at the Scottish Rite Cathedral.  Though they didn’t see each other before the wedding, Josie of Crowe’s Eye Photography set up a cute moment where they got to hold hands and say “hi” to each other.  Then after the ceremony, we hopped over to the Lockerbie area for some more shots before heading to the reception.

The ballroom looked fantastic, not surprising given the team behind it – Darcie of Circle City Planners (who along with the Scottish Rite referred Angela & Chad to us), Circle City Designers, Thomas Caterers, Classic Cakes and nice lighting by Brian Whitis.  Mark Beecher of Grapevine Entertainment expertly presided over an amazing evening enjoyed by all, and after some candid shots in a Circle City Photobooth, we couldn’t say goodbye to this adorable couple without a few more nighttime shots outside.

Image by Crowe’s Eye Photography

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.

Leslie & John become one during a beautiful, music-filled ceremony at Second Presbyterian Church, followed by a wonderful celebration at the Marriott North.  Getting them there was John’s sweet Ford Shelby GT500, which made for some great bridal party photos by Jordyn Byington of Jennifer Driscoll Photography.  The service by the Marriott’s award-winning staff was superb as always, and Ty Jones from Grapevine Entertainment brought irresistible dance music and a dazzling light show to the festivities.  Thanks to all of the above for referring Leslie & John to us!

Image by Jennifer Driscoll Photography