The sun was setting behind 1899 and golden light was streaming through the windows and illuminating the the chairs all aligned for the wedding. In the middle of the aisle, two white chairs were placed next to each other in the center of the window light. Chrissy and Kris sat in the chairs, so close that their knees touched, as the opened and read the letters they wrote to one another. As they read the letters, tearing up a little bit (or maybe that was just me), they leaned over to kiss.
We're so thankful that Chrissy and Kris invited us into their lives to capture this wonderful moment, and all of the wonderful moments on their wedding day. It was such a beautiful and touching event, and we had so much fun capturing it. We wish them nothing but the best as they continue their journey through life with one another.
A big thanks to all of the vendors who helped make this 1899 Indy wedding so fantastic.
Coordinator/Planner: Megan Adams- Arbor and Bloom Events
Ceremony Location: 1899
Getting Ready Location: The Alexander Hotel
Officiant: Joe Colquitt
Wedding Dress Designer: Justin Alexander
Wedding Dress Boutique: Sophia’s Bridal
Shoes: Badgley Mischka
Earrings: Sophia's Bridal
Tux: Calvin Klein
Hair Stylist: Brittney Conwell with Five Zero Boutique Salon
Make-up Artist: Natalie Dawn
Florist: Old Forest Farm
Catering: Hoaglin Catering
Cake Designer/Bakery: Kim's Kakery
Entertainment: Jeremy Gearries- DJ's Direct
Save the Date Designer: Pine Nineteen- Etsy
Invite Designer: Pine Nineteen- Etsy
First Dance Song: Northern Wind by City and Color
Father/Daughter Dance Song: Unforgettable by Nat King Cole
Mother/Son Dance Song: My Wish by Rascal Flatts
Honeymoon: Melia Caribe Tropical- Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
Second Shooter: Jennifer Van Elk of Jennifer Van Elk Photography (my best friend, the love of my life, and the person who has encouraged me and supported me on this endeavor of branching out and doing my own photography work even when I didn’t believe in myself)
Love these wedding photos of Chrissy and Kris? If so, then be sure to check out their gorgeous engagement session at Eagle Creek.
Redwood Lane is a newer company. Steven’s been shooting for quite a while, doing both video and photo work, but it’s always a risk to hire a company with no work of their own to show, just work the owner has done while working for others. So, I can’t thank Chrissy and Kris enough for working with me and trusting me to capture one of the most important days of their life. This wedding and these people mean a lot to me as a result, and will always be some of my favorites.