Amber and Ty are going to ‘tie the knot’ on August 15th. We got out on Monday to do the engagement photographs at the IMA.
This cute couple are the kind of people that look good together. They fit.
Ty was fun and so easy going during the session. I mention this only because I know it is right on top of the list of things guys don’t look forward to doing. A photo session is typically an hour they could care less about. But I don’t thunk Ty felt that way…and if he did…he’s a good actor 😉
You can see their personalities come out in the photographs! They are fun and easy going.
We look forward to shooting & DJing the wedding!
I met Josh for the first time at a bonfire of mutual friends. I thought he was the nicest guy and seemed like a mini-me version of our own Tommy. He had the curls and longer hair and beard. I am fairly certain I never knew his first name only ever referring to him as Ratts. I knew he was cool when he was the only one to offer to run downtown maybe a couple of miles to the circle from Tommy’s apartment when the Colts won the superbowl!
Beth, I had only met once at a surprise birthday party for Tommy but she was so nice. You could tell they made a wonderful couple.
So now with the curls and beard gone…deep down it is the same Ratts.
I was excited when they asked Tommy and I to photograph and DJ their wedding.
They were so much fun. Their parents were the last ones on the dance floor and they all enjoyed themselves. They have amazing family and friends.
They have a family tradition to make a quilt for the new couple and this has been passed down for years and years. That was a really special moment to watch. One of the bridesmaids and cousins ( I will let you stay anonymous 😉 Is the life of the party and really got people going on the dance floor.
Tommy and I had a truly wonderful time at this wedding. Everything went off without a hitch! Thank you for being so wonderful and down for fun things in the photographs.
Here are some of my favorite shots from the wedding day!
Jenny and Rob are long-time friends of Tommy’s. When I met them I instantly felt so comfortable around them. I think they make an amazing couple. There friends and family are so much fun and take you in and make you feel one of the group.
With all this support of their families, the whole event went really smooth and was a lot of fun. The rehearsal started with duckpin bowling…which I happen to be horrible at…I will keep my day job. And then we ate some really delicious BBQ.
The wedding took place at Fountain Square Theatre. We did photographs before hand at the IMA.
Jenny and Rob chose to see each other prior to the ceremony which I thought made for some really special photographs of the two of them alone taking in that moment of seeing each other for the first time and exchanging gifts.
Thanks Jenny and Rob for letting be such a big part of your day!
Kevin and Katie’s wedding was perfect! From start to finish. Tommy and I left and talked about how much fun it was. We usually don’t have weddings where the whole bridal party are so relatable and understanding. Everyone really had a “go-with-the-flow” attitude. We truly enjoyed hanging out with all of them!
The wedding was at a quaint place up in Michigan, Walden Woods, and the day had absolutely beautiful weather. The images have turned out great so far. I took thousands of images! And am not even near finished editing them. But thought that everyone deserved a little peak before I get all done.
Kevin & Katie, thank you so much for making us a part of your day. You could not of asked for a better day. It all went without a hitch.
I will be in touch soon with all the pics for you to enjoy and for now have fun checking out these few images!
When I first met Michael and Nicole I heard a story of how they met…I thought it was like something you would hear in a fairy tale.
Then I met Micheal’s mother, Jan, the day of the wedding and she filled me in with more detail. The story became more unbelievable.
This wedding was met to be.
Nicole called it years ago…
Long story short this beautiful couple met in Florida while on vacation in high school. They are both from Indiana but met in Florida. They wrote letters and tried to keep in touch but the miles that separated them seemed insurmountable. But not for long. Years later Michael goes to Ball State to see some friends. He runs into Nicole again. This time they let nothing get in between their love.
After their beautiful and fun wedding they are now on their way to a happily ever after. Tommy and I had an absolute blast. From every detail from the customized coozies, to the beautiful decorating of the reception site the event will be one everyone will remember for a long time to come.
Thank you Michael and Nicole for letting us be a part of your very special day.
Here are a few photographs from the big day!
…Sometimes you just know. You have that gut instinct. When I was watching Kim and AJ’s wedding you just felt it was right. The bride and groom were glowing. But I think I saw equally as many smiles coming from Malique, the son of Kim and newest addition to all of AJ’s family. It was not just the love between Kim and AJ that gave it away. It was the family of both Kim and AJ and how they melded so naturally together like they had all been friends for years. It was Malique’s love towards AJ that was also heart warming.
This wedding was not just full of love but hours of laughter. Kim’s family being from Trinidad they brought music and culture to the night.
Including a limbo during the dancing. A lot of talent was out there with the heels and the limbo stick.
Kim and AJ Congratulations and we very much enjoyed being a part of your wedding day.