Newburgh Indiana Engagement Session From the first time I talked with Shelby I knew I just adored her! I loved the way she gushed when she talked about Augie, you could hear the smile in her voice! I eagerly counted down the days until their Newburgh, Indiana engagement session and happily headed to southern Indiana […]
From cool industrial vibes to romantic sun soaked solariums, Indianapolis has a wedding venue for everyone. If you’re searching for the perfect place to say “I do” this list is for you! I’m excited to share (in no particular order) some of my favorite Indianapolis wedding venues with you. Who knows, maybe your dream venue […]
Kaitlyne + Alec Cornerstone Center for the Arts Wedding Beautiful sunshine poured in through the old large windows of Cornerstone Center for the Arts, illuminating the dance studio where Kaitlyne and her girls got ready for the day. Interestingly enough, it was the same studio where Kaitlyne had taken dance lessons as a child. But […]
I dialed her number and held my breath. The introvert in me squirmed a little as I prepared my paper and pen, ready to take notes. Before I knew it, two.. maybe three hours had gone by and I had hardly written a thing. From the first few minutes of the phone call, I knew immediately that Meghan was an extraordinary person and even if I didn’t get to be her wedding photographer, I wanted to be her friend.
Over the years I have photographed all kinds of weddings at various venues. But it turns out, for years there has been a hidden gem nestled into New Castle, Indiana! With landscaped paths, blooming flowers and a large covered shelter, The Art Association of Henry County’s Art Park is a beautiful place for wedding and was the perfect spot for Cheyenne and James to say “I do!”
The Schnull-Rauch House, also known as The Manor stands proudly on North Meridian Street, just feet from the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. From the road it is stunning, but once inside, there is no denying it’s beauty. Hardwood floors and fireplaces in almost every room of the historic (built in 1904) three story mansion, it’s an impressive place indeed. As I walked up the staircase, light spilled in from the vibrant stained glass window.