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.

With the Indy 500 just around the corner, Kaitie & Richie brought plenty of Race Day cheer to their wedding at St. Mary’s Catholic Church and reception at the Westin.  Coverage started with a rehearsal dinner fiesta at Adobo Grill, then continued the next morning as the guys gathered for some old school shaves & cuts at Red’s Classic Barber Shop, while the gals got ready at the Westin.  After a sweet gift exchange in which the firefighter groom scored a cool new helmet, everyone headed to St. Mary’s for the beautiful ceremony.

After photos on a classic firetruck, we headed to Monument Circle for some photos with Kevin & Alicia Monahan, then returned to the Westin (who referred Kaitie & Richie to us), where some incredible race-themed decor by Kathy’s Kloset awaited us.  A bagpiper led guests into the ballroom, and the band Living Proof took over from there, tearing it up with some killer rock/R&B while the guests hammed it up for Indy Photo Booths.