Tammy and Brian got married on a hot day in August at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. To keep their guests comfortable for the outdoor ceremony, the couple provided sunglasses, fans and lemonade. The groom even custom-built the cute lemonade stand, which made for a picture-perfect photo op with photographer, Jessica Strickland.

Teresa Gift and Leah McFarland of Eventfull Planning and Palm Court Design did an amazing job with all of the decor, including the balloons leading to the ceremony site, the benches scattered among the guests’ chairs and the beautiful florals. Everything provided such a lovely setting for the ceremony, which incorporated touching speeches from family members.

Jim Cerone hosted the reception and provided all of his personal touches before and after the delicious dinner prepared by Kahn’s Catering. Heavenly Sweets made a cake to look like the bride’s dress, and both the cake and the dress were stunning! Indy Photo Booths supplied crowd-pleasing entertainment with fun photos, and the couple provided popcorn as a late night snack. Congratulations to Tammy and Brian, and thanks for letting us capture your special day!

Lauren & Val’s enjoyed an intimate wedding in the chapel of Meridian Street United Methodist Church, followed by a fun reception at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.  Val and the guys started the day with some competitive soccer at Sports of All Sorts, and I was in the perfect spot to capture one of the groom’s goals. After the ceremony, everyone hopped on a trolley as we headed out to the IMA and dodged the rain for some photos with Morgan Matters.  The Deer Zink Pavilion was beautifully decorated by Circle City Designers, and Kahn’s Catering (who referred this wedding to us) provided their usual outstanding service throughout the evening. Wes Adkins of Event One DJs had no trouble keeping the dance floor packed despite the smaller crowd.

Photo by Morgan Matters Photography

(See more photos from this wedding at Morgan Matters’ blog!)

Art of the Table is a showcase of designer tablescapes sponsored by the Association of Bridal Consultants Indiana Chapter to benefit the Betty Jackson Memorial Education Fund, the Dorothy Penner Memorial Scholarship, and the American Cancer Society. Here are the highlights from this year’s amazing showcase at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.