Ceremony & Reception Venue Indiana History Center // Planner Signature Events by Barbie // Photographer Morgan Matters Photography // Hair & Makeup Salon 1|4 // Florist Wildwood Floral Company // Stationery Westwood Paper Company // Caterer Jacquie’s Gourmet Catering // Cake Confectioneiress Cupcakes & Sweets // Entertainment Matt Roush

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

BlogSimmsImage by Stacy Able Photography

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Jill & Joe’s wedding day was so much fun, with a ceremony and reception at the beautiful Indiana History Center.  Coverage started with their preparations at the JW Marriott alongside photographer Jamie Sangar, followed by their first meeting at the IHC.   My favorite ceremony moment was when the two adorable ring bearers each tossed a football to the groom (a nod to his NFL job) after walking down the aisle.  After a nice cocktail hour on the canal, the festivities continued with a reception featuring elegant decor by Alley Flowers, excellent service by MBP Catering, nonstop party music by Jeremy Gearries of DJs Direct, and pies…lots of pies.  It was great to work with such a fun team and catch up with so many former clients on this gorgeous day!


 Image by Jamie Sangar Photography

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Susie & Frank are a sweet, resilient couple who overcame death and illness in their respective families to make their wedding day a poignant celebration of love and life, starting with a ceremony at the Indiana History Center and ending with a reception at the Indiana State Museum.  The ceremony was truly a personalized affair, with members of their families and bridal party providing readings and taking turns reciting each of the traditional Jewish seven blessings.  The presence of a rabbi, minister and bishop during the ceremony provided an elegant blending of spiritual elements (not to mention a hilarious setup for the best man’s toast later).

The reception featured a lot of nifty little touches, a priceless reading of a poem by Susie’s father, and entertainment by DJ Tim Fuller.  Both venues looked incredible courtesy of decor by The Empty Vase, and planner Marie Frey did a masterful job of organizing and executing all the details of the day.  The couple stayed around for some nice nighttime photos on the canal with photographer Zach Dobson, and one sweet final dance alone with each other after the guests had left for the evening.

Image by Zach Dobson Photography