“I’m surrounded by my favorite people in the world. I am so happy right now. Let’s get married!" Kayla said with the happiest eyes I’ve just about ever seen on a bride. It was clear to me in that moment taking photos of the bridal party that Kayla and Michael had it all figured out and it was much simpler than you could imagine. Family, Friends, and Fun. That’s it. Be surrounded by the people who fill your heart and do everything you can to make life filled with as much fun as possible. Michael and Kayla will face rough patches in life just like every one else but with the support system they have built, I have no doubt in my mind that they will come out the other side better than they were before.
Ryan & Jessica's wedding on their family property in New Castle was one of the most incredible days I've had as a wedding photographer. The whole week leading up to their wedding was nothing but rain but somehow the day before the skys cleared and made the whole wedding day perfect. Ryan and Jessica left no details for their wedding to chance. From including their dog, creating custom pint glasses for all the guests, having Big Hoffa's BBQ from Whitestown cater, renting a custom vintage VW bus photobooth, and having Felix and Fingers Dueling Pianos take care of the entertainment for the evening. It has never been more clear that a couple wanted their wedding day packed with as much fun as possible for not only themselves but their guests. Ryan and Jessica's wedding is one I won't soon forget!
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Shooting a wedding in Alaska had some challenges for this Indianapolis Wedding Photographer. There is a fine line between bringing too much and too little gear and when you have to carry everything yourself the less the better. Not being familiar with the location is both exciting and scary. And there are so many more things that make travling for a wedding a bit more stressful than local weddings. But once I landed and I meet them face to face all those worries melted away. Together they have this quality that puts you at ease. They make you feel welcomed in this strange yet incredibly beautiful land. When I meet the bridal party it all made sense. They have surrounded themselves with people who are just like them and would anything for you at the drop of a hat. It was so incredible to be able to be apart of Billy and Jessica's first day as husband and wife together.
Alex and Sam's wedding this past weekend was undeniably the hottest wedding I have ever shot. You would think that spending 8 hours in the 100F heat and 1000& humidity would be miserable but incredibly it was the exact opposite. Alex and Sam were surrounded by so much love from friends and family who were over the moon to watch them tie the knot that the energy was off the charts. The accumulated energy was magnetic. The Laughter, the dancing, the emotional tears. All of it just seemed to make the usually oppressive heat a non issue. Its clear that Alex and Sam have worked hard not only on their own relationship but with the relationships between family and their friends. Their wedding was lighting in a bottle.