I'm so glad you're here! This is where you can keep up with my latest weddings, engagements, and family sessions as well as my personal artistic projects and paleo-ish recipe hacks. It's a great way to get to know me and my work, and I'd love to hear your thoughts and ideas for future posts in the comments.
How sweet is that photo of Mary Kate and Joe walking back up the aisle as newlyweds? I just love the joy on their faces and the way all their guests are cheering for them!
St. John’s is a big church (with the longest aisle in the state of Indiana!) but it felt full of love and warmth for this wedding ceremony. (Just look for the expression on Joe’s face as he watches Mary Kate and her father walking up the aisle.)
After a blustery exit from the church, we headed over to the Eiteljorg Museum for some portraits of the wedding party in the Watanabe Garden and along the Canal Walk. These might be two of my new favorite spots in Indianapolis–they had the perfect mix of greenery and skyline for a city wedding.
I have one more post in the works to finish out this beautiful wedding–come back soon to see the reception at D’Amore, where my lovely couple and their guests looked out over Indianapolis from the highest point in the city and danced the night away with DJ Jim Cerone.