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November 19, 2018

Indianapolis Wedding Reception at D’Amore


We wrapped up Mary Kate and Joe’s Indianapolis Wedding with a high flying reception at D’Amore (and if you aren’t familiar with D’Amore, you might not have caught my clever pun. It’s at the top of the Sales Force Tower, the tallest building in Indianapolis, and the space has floor to ceiling windows on every wall for a 360 degree view of the city.) During cocktail hour, it was fun to watch guests pointing out different landmarks as they sipped the evening’s signature cocktails.

Of course, my favorite part of this party was the dancing. Joe and Mary Kate had such a sweet first dance, and I have rarely seen a dance floor stay so fully packed all night (major props to DJ Jim Cerone for his perfect mix and to all the guests for being such a great crowd!)


Mary Kate and Joe, thank you for inviting me along to capture this beautiful day! I could hardly choose the photos for these posts, and I can’t wait for you to see everything in your full gallery!

I made so many new vendor friends at this wedding, and I loved working with them all! Many thanks to everyone who made this wedding come together:

  • Wedding planner: Sarah Tagtmeyer Farthing, All in the Details
  • Wedding Florist: Post Road English Garden
  • Hair Stylist: Chloe Heffelmire
  • DJ: Jim Cerone
  • Videographer: Bob Ridge
  • Decor: Kristen Egge, Atmospheres Indy
  • Cupcakes: Flying Cupcake
  • Wedding Ceremony: St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church
  • Wedding Reception: D’Amore

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