May weddings are always tricky when it comes to weather. But not so on this perfect spring day. Kate and Adam got to tie the knot in 80 degree weather, with a slight breeze, a dapple of clouds, and the most perfect sunlight that photographers and brides alike dream about having.
My love for these two really solidified when I met Kate for the final timeline meeting. We met the morning after the Oscars, so of course she and I discussed everything in detail and how, "Yes, you need to watch Gone Girl" and "Eddie Redmayne totally deserved best actor," and "what on earth was Nicole Kidman thinking when she wore that dress." But what really sold me, was when we started talking Wes Anderson. I always get really excited when I meet someone who has seen/love as many Wes movie's as I have. I think it was that moment I knew Kate and I were besties in the making. And I knew if Kate was marrying Adam, it was because he was equally as awesome.
So it was no surprise that on their wedding day, we had the most fun possible. Kate, with her goddess hair and makeup and Adam, straight stud in a bowtie. This day had so many sweet moments, it's hard to choose a favorite. But mostly I remember two things: the reaction Kate had to the letter Adam wrote her, and Kate's dad as he teared up so many times throughout the day. Seriously, I just loved every second of this day.
I'm so happy for Kate and Adam. This yellow and grey, laid-back casual, Indianapolis wedding was the embodiment of their perfect wedding. The Indianapolis Art Center was the ideal canvas for this Indianapolis wedding! I feel I must mention that these two have the most on point taste in food ever! Mashed Potato martini bar (yes, you read that correctly and yes, it was amazing), heavy appetizers, and an open bar. Perfection.
Thank you both so much for including me in your day and for making me feel like a part of the gang. I hope you love your pictures as much as I do and I can't wait to get together soon. xoxo