Wedding Photographer in Indianapolis
We absolutely love photographing weddings in Indianapolis! We’ve photographed so many happy betrothed couples as a husband and wife team in the beautiful Indianapolis area and we plan on continuing to travel to this fun, romantic area of Indiana for the gorgeous weddings, engagement sessions, and proposals! Many brides and their family have to travel to Indianapolis for the wedding day. Planning wedding travel in Indianapolis can be challenging. We have worked with many brides during this process and look forward to helping you!
Engagement Photos in Indianapolis
So many beautiful places for engagement photos in Indianapolis! Whether you’re looking for a trendy, unique, or outdoorsy atmosphere for your engagement session, we know the perfect spots. We love the downtown area for its colorful, artsy backdrops like the Indianapolis Museum of Art or along the canal at White River State Park. Parks like the Fort Harrison State Park offer a scenic location for engagement photos with plenty of greenery and natural settings. We’ve even photographed an amazing proposal in Indianapolis!
Indianapolis Wedding Venues
Over the years, we’ve found our favorite Indianapolis wedding venues and love the variety of the wedding locations. For outdoor wedding venues, Mustard Seed Gardens, Coxhall Gardens, and The Barn at Kennedy Farm have made for beautiful wedding ceremonies and receptions. Morgan Acres also offers brides and grooms an amazing venue as one of the oldest farms in Indiana with a vineyard, orchard, and sites specifically designed for weddings.
Downtown Indianapolis Wedding Venues
For engaged couples looking for a downtown Indianapolis wedding venue, we recommend The Sanctuary on Penn, the Statehouse, and the Indianapolis Museum of Art just to name a few. For a vintage feel, The Biltwell Event Center includes up to 25,000 sq ft of exposed brick walls, walls of windows, and a view of the downtown skyline. The Mavris Arts & Event Center boasts a “timeless atmosphere with a historic flair” and couples can choose between the Main Space with three floors, plenty of space for your guests, or the Speakeasy for smaller, more intimate gatherings.
Recent Indianapolis Weddings
Jenna and Wesley's wedding was so much fun! If you didn't already know, we know Wesley from high school. If you'd like to learn more about this sweet couple (how they met, how we know them, and how their engagement session went), read this blog (CLICK ME)! You can...read more
The last time we worked with Saralyn and Aaron was at their Indianapolis wedding this time last year! These two loved their wedding photos so much that they thought it'd be pretty cool if we did some anniversary ones too! We loved working with this easy going couple...read more
Meet Saralyn & Aaron! These two were so fun to work with. We love Indianapolis weddings, so we jump at the chance to shoot them! When Saralyn and Aaron reached out to us to do their wedding photography, we were pumped! If you would like to view their entire...read more
Meet Jane & Jim! From the moment we met with Jim and Jane over coffee we knew we had to photograph their wedding. And It had nothing to do with the budget, or venue, however, I think you can tell by the photos that the Indianapolis Artsgarden is pretty fricking...read more
Meet Amber and Joe! We knew we were a good fit for each other the moment we sat down with these two lovebirds. What we didn't know was that we would end up having our baby on the morning of their wedding! But rest assured we had all of our bases covered and our...read more
Angela & Jake are such a great couple for so many reasons, and getting to know them over the past several months has been such a pleasure. Dustin and Jake both share a fascination for shoes for one thing. Their wedding day celebrated at the Saint Joan of Arc...read more
When you think destination wedding in February your mind rushes with images of warm sandy beaches and gorgeous sunsets. For Melissa and Sean, their destination wedding took them back to their snowy hometown of Indianapolis, Indiana. There may have been snow on the...read more