Ceremony Venue St. John Catholic Church // Reception Venue Skyline Club // Photographer Cybil & Brandon Studios // Florist Bella Sorella Floral Design // DJ Aaron’s DJ Services

Image by Cybil & Brandon Studios

Sofy and Ian had a morning wedding ceremony at St. Mary Catholic Church, and their multicultural reception followed at the Skyline Club. Since the bride’s family is from Colombia and the groom’s family is from the Philippines, the couple incorporated both of their cultures in various ways throughout the day, including a coin exchange during the ceremony and a fun “hiding of the single guys’ shoes” under the bride’s dress as an extension of the garter toss at the reception. Another memorable moment from the reception was when Sofy said, “Even though we look different on the outside, the truth is that inside we look alike. We have many things in common. We’ve  shared many happy moments together, and we have common goals in life. That’s why we’ve decided to be together and celebrate our union in front of God.”

It was great working with Julie Curry of Julie Curry Photography for the first time. She snapped photos while I captured all the action on video. JP Parker Flowers provided the lovely floral decor, and Direct Contact Latin Jazz kept the guests dancing all night with Pavel Polanco-Safadit providing excellent emceeing. Special thanks to our client, Brock McMillan, for the referral.

Best wishes Sofy and Ian! It was a pleasure being a part of your special day!

Photo by Julie Curry Photography

Viktoriya and Dinesh got married at the Indiana State House followed by a fun-filled reception at the Skyline Club. (Special thanks to the Skyline Club for the referral!)

After wearing a wedding dress for the intimate ceremony, Viktoriya changed into a traditional Indian sari for the reception. The evening featured a beautiful blend of Russian & Indian touches, outstanding decor by Mcnamara Florist, expertly mixed dance music by DJ Indiana Jones, a hilarious photo booth by Bowersock Photographers and our favorite touch – the “Masandtini” – made with cotton candy.

Best wishes Viktoriya and Dinesh!

Photo by Bowersock Photograhers

Brianna and Alex had a beautiful wedding ceremony at North United Methodist Church followed by a lovely reception at the Skyline Club. (It’s always great to get a referral from a previous client, so thanks to Megan and Justin Carter for referring the couple to us!)

After covering the ceremony, we enjoyed working with photographer Matt Bowen while getting shots with the bridal party at Monument Circle.

The flowers were provided by McNamara, and the cake was created by Classic Cakes. The evening’s entertainment was high-energy thanks to the Keith Claghorn Band. Tons of fun dancing and singing ensued, complete with a father-daughter dance fakeout and sorority serenades.

Best wishes to the happy couple, Brianna and Alex!

In a year filled with “weddings of the year,” Ragan & Gary’s wedding and reception at the Scottish Rite Cathedral was definitely right up there, with a deeply spiritual ceremony, mind-blowing decor and an amazing couple who were sweet, humble, funny and charismatic all at the same time.  Coverage started at the rehearsal, where Gary surprised Ragan with a gift that had to be seen to be believed, followed by dinner with a view at the Skyline Club.

After preparations on the big day, everyone reconvened at the Scottish Rite, where the couple enjoyed a rare quiet moment together before some photo time with Andrew Scalini.  The gorgeous, intimate ceremony that followed in the theater probably did not prepare their guests for the extravagance that was to come, as Circle City Planners (who referred us – thanks, Darcie!), McNamara Florist, Evans Audio Visual, Thomas Catering and Heavenly Sweets all collaborated to transform the ballroom into a truly spectacular world never before seen in that elegant space.

Ragan & Gary had a memorable introduction to the reception along with the rest of their party, but saved their best entrance for after the early formalities, when they re-emerged with umbrellas and handkerchiefs to lead the guests in a French Quarter style “second line” parade.  There was one more surprise remaining for the guests, a stunning “hidden” lounge area featuring mouthwatering desserts and Indy Photo Booths‘ new “flipbook” setup, which Ragan & Gary used to hilarious effect.

Photo by Andrew Scalini

Stacey & Evan exchanged vows on the bottom floor of the Columbia Club downtown before celebrating on the top floor of the One America building in the Skyline Club. Videographer, Laurie Foster, captured the excitement alongside DeFabis Photography, from the saber arch on Monument Circle to the saber cutting of the cake.  The room looked fabulous courtesy of Kathy’s Kloset, and Jason Fritz of Pro-Sound Entertainment ensured a fun evening was had by all.  Special thanks to Evan for your military service to our country.

I had eagerly been anticipating Brittany & Carter’s wedding day for quite a while, and their ceremony at Christ Church Cathedral and reception at the Skyline Club did not disappoint.  We gathered first for preparations at the Canterbury Hotel, where Kiralee of EyeMAX Makeup touched Brittany up while Carter was opening a surprise gift from the bride with some sexy boudoir pics.  After an emotional first meeting in the lobby, we walked around downtown with Tiffany and Nate of Nathaniel Edmunds Photography for some more shots.

After a lovely ceremony, we walked right across the street to Monument Circle for some more shots while Tonya Shadoan of Circle City Planners (who referred Brittany & Carter to me) put the finishing touches on the Skyline Club with some outstanding decor by Circle City Designers and Evan Audio Visual.  DJ Brian Whitis took over from there, keeping the guests glued to the dance floor with the city’s best view as the sun set over the beautiful downtown skyline.

Photo by Nathaniel Edmunds Photography