Jennifer & John – 10/19/08

We don’t have a whole lot of self-described “blog stalkers” that I know of, but Jennifer has been one of our favorites for quite a while now. So it was with much excitement that I finally got to shoot her and John’s wedding on another lovely fall weekend. The coverage started with a rehearsal dinner at the Skyline Club overlooking downtown Indy, with John’s uncle Rob providing some unplugged classic rock throughout the evening. John’s Vietnamese heritage was evident in the decoration of their cake, which I was happy to help them practice cutting as preparation for the “real” thing the next day.

Everything on the big day took place at the Omni Severin, starting with preparations in the bridal suite as ace photographer Andrew Scalini and I captured the moments, and on through an eloquent and educational ceremony courtesy of Dr. Scott Toussaint. John had proposed to Jennifer with a ring hidden inside a pumpkin (now there’s a trick AND a treat!), so a pumpkin theme was evident throughout The Painted Daisy‘s splendid reception decor, in the jars at the tasty candy buffet, and atop the cake. But the most colorful sight to behold was DJ Sunny Moon‘s re-introduction of the couple in full traditional Vietnamese formal wear halfway through the evening.

Trere are 2 comments on this post

  1. Jennifer and John Zimmer November 24, 2008, 11:59 am

    Bob, you crack me up!!

    You were an absolute pleasure to work with,as all of our vendors would concur. You captured every detail of our wedding, but most importantly, you captured our love for each other. We thank you. 🙂

    Jennifer and John Zimmer

  2. Alexis Frayer November 24, 2008, 2:23 pm

    I’ve seen a preview to the wedding video and have to say that I’m absolutely impressed. I was the MOH and have now come to realize that a wedding video is a definite MUST! 🙂 You are a very talented and professional videographer and I will recommend you to anyone I know who’s in need of this service. Can’t wait to see the finished product!

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