Jason and Jane’s Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) wedding was such a beautiful day and full of laughter. We started off at the Conrad with Jane as she and her bridesmaids got ready and Jason and Jane’s house in the Lockerbie area with Jason and the groomsmen. Both locations were buzzing with activity and anticipation for the day. I just loved when Jane’s father saw her for the first time in her dress and they both had an emotional moment together then quickly turned it into laughter.
We then headed to Lockerbie for the the 1st look which took place in front of the James Whitcomb Riley House. Like mentioned in the post for their trailer it was a “MOVE THAT BUS” moment. After a photo session we then moved to the IMA for a photo session around the gardens. With all the rain that hit the area, the ground was a little soggy but nothing bad enough to move things inside.
It had been cloudy most all of the morning and as the ceremony started and the processional song “Here Comes The Sun” by the Beatles started playing the sun popped out and was shining brightly. Such a beautiful wedding with the grounds of the IMA providing an intimate back drop.
Jane’s sisters speech was amazing. Probably one of the best wedding speeches we have heard.
Thank you Jason and Jane for having us film your wedding.
The amazing vendor team!
Planner: Eventfull Planning
Venue: Indianapolis Museum of Art
Caterer: Kahn’s Catering
Decor: JP Parker Flowers & WOW Factors
Photo: Meg Miller Photography
Photo Booth: Still Memories Photo Booth
Music: The Sly Band
Papery: KB Designs
Transportation: Antique Limousine and Star of America