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There’s always something that stands out to me at every wedding. We’re fortunate to have amazing couples with stunning weddings, but there’s still something that sets every wedding apart– it could be family traditions, an epic dance party, cultural influences, or even rain 🙂 What I will always remember about Adam and Allyson’s wedding was their bridal party and their deep friendships that were so evident. Spending the day with this great group of people was an honor. We loved being a part of their St. John the Evangelist and Indiana State Museum wedding.
“We met in 2013 during our first year of law school at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis, IN. We were assigned to the same class section and had every class together during our first year and became friends while spending countless hours in the law library. During those late night and weekend study sessions, we both realized we had a lot in common — a love for podcasts and documentaries, visiting new restaurants, dogs, Starbucks, and binge watching shows on Netflix. After about a year, our friendship naturally developed into something more and the rest is history. We graduated from law school, moved in together, passed the bar exam, landed our first “adult” jobs, adopted a puppy (we have two dogs, Roscoe and Lolo.. Adam already had Roscoe before we met and Lolo was a sweet addition to our little family), and built a home in Westfield, IN.
We both knew our bond was something special that others may never experience in a lifetime, and we never looked back once becoming a couple. We are so similar and yet so different at times. We always bring the best out in each other.”
“Early in our wedding planning process, Adam suggested visiting the Indiana State Museum as a potential reception venue. Once we took a tour and saw all the ISM had to offer, we immediately decided to have our reception there. Another added bonus was that Adam proposed on the canal directly outside the ISM so the location was also sentimental!
Our vision was timeless, romantic elegance. We are both Catholic and wanted a traditional church wedding so that set the tone for the event. Sarah Agee with Plum and Poppy helped make our vision a reality. The day was perfect and ran so smoothly thanks to Sarah and her amazing team. All the ideas were our own, but Sarah assisted with and executed everything. She allowed us to plan our own wedding, but guided us in the right direction and answered our countless questions.
I (Allyson) live for muted blush tones so I knew that I wanted this color palette on our wedding day. Linda with Accent Floral Design fulfilled my dreams and so much more. She added pops of peach florals and fun textures that created a dreamy atmosphere at our reception. Can’t say enough great things about her. She is a true artist!”
Here’s a few of my favorites from their day!
St. John the Evangelist Wedding Ceremony
Indiana State Museum Wedding Reception
Adam and Allyson, what a great day! Many blessings to you as you begin your married life!