Thursday, June 28, 2007

Crazy First Dance

Kevin and Jill are one of a kind and their first dance proves it. They were married in St.Kitts and 2 weeks later they held their reception at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. The evening was a blast. Enjoy the clip!!!







Amanda & Mike







Amanda and Mike were married on Friday the 22nd at the Indiana Historical Society. It was absolutely beautiful with all the gorgeous flowers and d├ęcor. What a cool place to have a wedding. The ceremony was packed with all 257 people in attendance, not a chair left in the hall! Then the guests went downstairs for the cocktail hour on the canal. What a wonderful, breezy night. We had a hard time getting the people to come inside for the cake cutting. The poor jazz quartet downstairs should have been playing outside, who would have known that a June evening would be so perfect? After the cake cutting, the guests went upstairs to meet and greet the bride and groom as they found their apple place cards. Amanda wanted to use the apples as the place card table because she is a teacher, how cute! I’ve never seen so many apples in a row. The party got started around 9:30 when we really kicked it up a notch, boy those fraternity brothers had so much fun they didn’t want to go home. As the horse and carriage took them away to the romantic honeymoon suite, the guests flung finger slingers at the newlyweds. This is one wedding those guests will never forget. How fun! What a crowd! The after party went on for hours.

Friday, June 22, 2007

The Campbell/Scholz Wedding











Courtney and Kevin were married on June 16,2007. The ceremony was held at ST. Luke's and their reception was at the Ritz Charles Garden pavilion. Even though it was on one of the hottest days of the year, Courtney still looked beautiful. Kevin had a little trouble knowing the difference from Courtney's left hand from right hand during the exchanges of rings at ceremony but other than that everything turned out perfect. The couple's cake topper was very unique. The florist made a monogram out of greenery it looked great and tasted delicious.