Venue: Omni Severin Hotel
Planner & Florist: Ooh La La Events
Photographer: Nathaniel Edmunds Photography
Hair & Makeup: Indie Bridal Company
Musicians: The Dolce Trio
Officiant: Scott Rudicel
Drapes: Atmospheres Indy
Cake: Heavenly Sweets
Band: The Bishops

Ceremony & Reception Venue Indiana History Center // Planner & Florist Detail + Design // Photographer Stacy Able Photography // Officiant Scott Rudicel // Caterer Hoaglin Catering // Cake Classic Cakes // DJ DJ Gallant

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Erin & JP’s beautiful wedding day at the Eiteljorg Museum could not have been more perfect.  After opening each other’s thoughtful gifts (what groom wouldn’t want a duffle bag full of candy?), they shared a tender first meeting while photographer Ryan Woodall and I captured the moment.  The ceremony in the Circle Garden was beautiful, with flowers by Posh Petals, music by Jim Cerone (who referred Erin & JP to us), and an aloha-accented message by officiant Scott Rudicel for their Hawaiian guests.

After cocktails by the canal, everyone headed up to the ballroom for an amazing evening highlighted by Kahn’s Catering‘s flawless service, a hilarious speech by the best man and a tearful father-daughter dance, while coordinator Christine Kingery worked hard behind the scenes to help keep the day running smoothly.

The Detail+Design team pulled out all the stops for Nicole & Aaron’s spectacular outdoor wedding at Chapel Square Street Park in WestClay, followed by one of the wildest receptions to hit D’Amore Indianapolis.  The vows were exchanged under a stunning chandelier provided by Evan Audio Visual as the pop culture-savvy officiant (and former IndyVisual groom) Scott Rudicel name-dropped Prince, The Beatles and Google within the first minute.  Photographer Hether Miles then followed the party to a few stops for some more photo ops while I headed downtown.

The fabulosity carried over to the reception, where Team D+D had several amazing setups awaiting the couple and their guests.  After an evening of formalities, great service by Thomas Caterers of Distinction, and music by Nicole & Aaron’s favorite blues band from St. Louis, the party was only beginning.  While some guests took advantage of the late night photo booth by Indy Photo Booths as well as our own “Confessionals” video booth, most stayed out on the dance floor as DJ Fred Lockette and percussionist Joe Meltdown tore up the afterparty until 2am.