Torrey and Brad’s engagement and wedding planning was a whirlwind. We met earlier this year to book their late summer wedding and I knew their ceremony would be intimate, with the closest of family and friends. They preferred simplicity and as you’ll see, their wedding day complemented them perfectly.
Torrey and Brad’s smiles for each other are infectious and if you spend even a minute in their presence you’ll know how smitten they are. I was so honored to be a part of the beginning of the rest of their lives!
I love the violet, green and touch of blue palette chosen as a theme for the day (I believe many of the decor details were chosen by Torrey’s fabulous friend, Amy! You rocked it, girl.) It was the perfect mix of whimsical and late summer tones.
This was my second time photographing at the Historic Ambassador House and per usual, it did not disappoint. The Ambassador House offers indoor getting ready rooms, an outdoor ceremony and covered reception space and plenty of little spots around the property for portraits. Thank you to Kristen and her coordinating crew for assisting throughout the day!
It was so obvious through the day these two are incredibly thankful for and respectful of each other – truly meant to be. Enjoy this sneak peak into their day!
Thank you, Torrey and Brad. May you have a lifetime of good days and adventures together.
Invitations: Amy Barragree
Hair Design: Joni Patrick
I’ve been looking forward to Leah and Kaleb’s wedding for over a year! I love meeting clients well before the wedding day – it really gives us time to communicate and get to know each other a bit, which always helps when you’re spending the day in front of a camera, ha.
Leah and Kaleb opted not have a first look, but at the last moment (maybe 7 minutes before the ceremony?), Leah requested a first touch for the two. I’m pretty sure Kaleb never expected this and may have amped up his nerves a bit – but it was a really sweet moment together before the rest of the day unfolded.
Leah and Kaleb booked the new Old Town Atrium venue just north of Main Street in Greenwood and I’m so glad I was able to experience this unique spot! It’s such a blank slate for clients to work with, with it’s neutral palette and modern/clean finishings. It complemented Leah and Kaleb’s simple yet bold late summer wedding details and decor perfectly. The wedding party’s jewel toned attire, rich florals from George Thomas and accents of gold completed the day’s look.
Leah, you were such a timeless and gorgeous bride. Your eyes sparkled (literally!) and I enjoyed watching Kaleb watch you throughout the day. Every so often he would look to the sky as if he was sending up a “Thank You”!
These two, how they look at each other – you are perfect together and I was honored to be a part of the beginning of the rest of your lives. I can’t wait to see your story unfold.
Thank you so much, Leah and Kaleb and many blessings on your marriage.
Enjoy a sneak peak into their day!
Signage: Bride’s Parents
After a couple months off weddings, I was so ready to spend yesterday with Stephanie and Richard! It seemed as if we had the Alexander Hotel in downtown Indy to ourselves! Stephanie had a clear picture on how they wanted to capture their day, focusing on each other and their closest friends and family. And as you’ll see, we did just that. Stephanie, you were such a timeless and gorgeous bride and I loved the bold accent colors you chose to compliment your and Richards eclectic style.
These two, how they look at each other, how they melt into each others arms, and how they curl up just so together.. You are perfect together and compliment each other so well.
The Alexander has always been one of my favorite hotels and venues to photograph in. The intriguing art, bright jewel tones everywhere and all the natural light make for fun backgrounds. Megan and her team kept the day flowing ~ it was wonderful to meet you all.
You’ll see Stephanie, Richard and their friends fit right in with their jewel toned attire, florals from JP Parker Flowers, emerald watercolor stationary from Paper Source and a gemstone like cake. It was one of those days (and luckily I enjoy many of these) where they say, “enjoy what you do, and you’ll never work a day in your life”.
Thank you so much, Stephanie and Richard and many blessings on your marriage.
Enjoy a sneak peak into their day!
Hair & Makeup Design: Stylinmac@att.net