SARA + PAUL | wedding

Home / weddings / SARA + PAUL | wedding


Sara is one of those brides that thought of and created nearly everything on her own…from the custom-made coloring books for all of the children at the wedding, to the ‘all green’ candy bar, to the confetti boxes they were sprayed with in their grand exit from the church. Their print pieces were beautiful and their florals perfect…but we’re suckers for peonies!

The wedding was nothing short of fabulous with hints of apple green and white throughout the entire event. The wedding party was one of the largest we have ever photographed with twenty-six in tow. The bridesmaids were sweet and fun. The groomsmen were charming and playful. No matter what you could tell that Sara and Paul have made quite an impact on a lot of people in their lives.

The ceremony was held at Tabernacle Presbyterian Church. Truly my favorite aspect of each wedding is the few moments the bride and her father are quietly waiting to walk down the aisle. I really believe it is a spiritual moment. I cannot help but to think how wonderful it must be for a father to be able to gaze at his daughter as a grown women. Nate is always waiting at the front of the church to capture the twosome walking arm-in-arm. I am grateful for my spot always.

The wedding party left the ceremony after an enormous grand exit in a trolley to an amazing reception at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. The catering directer, Vanessa Chavez, along with Nancy of Great Cooks brought Sara and Paul’s vision to life. One of our favorite moments was when a drum line followed the wedding party into the reception for the most incredible introduction of a bride and groom we have ever witnessed. It was entertaining, eye-grabbing and completely fresh. These kids were so talented! Anyway, Flip Miller played fabulous music for the rest of the evening while this young, fun crowd had a great time on the dance floor.

We congratulate Sara and Paul and wish them much happiness!