Greetings sweet readers,
A Thanksgiving wedding doesn’t have to scream orange, rust and turkeys. Don’t get me wrong I am a huge fan of orange and rust, and turkeys for that matter. However sometimes the unexpected is welcome. Such is the case with this amazingly lovely wedding with its purple, pops of yellow and soft grey. This wedding was captured in Indianapolis by the uber talented Mindy Hiatt Photography. Julie and Ryan make the sweetest couple don’t you think?
From Mindy Hiatt Photography:
“What’s sweeter than pecan pie? Marrying the love of your life surrounded by friends, family, and Thanksgiving joy. Julie and Ryan were married Thanksgiving weekend at Our Lady Mt. Carmel Catholic Church, and celebrated afterwards at the fabulous Marriot downtown Indianapolis. Julie, the fourth generation in her family to be married in Hamilton County, wore a beautiful, lace wedding dress and carried flowers inspired by the United Kingdom’s newest princess, Kate Middleton. Before heading to the reception, we stopped on Julie’s front porch to capture a few moments of happiness in photos. We also snapped a few shots in front of the Morton Monument on the east side of the Indiana Statehouse. Ryan and Julie met while they were studying at Purdue at no other than an Ugly Sweater Party; a hilarious affair where attendees wear the most fantastic, outrageous, usually holiday-themed sweater they can find. It only makes sense that the couples’ special day also happened to fall on the traditional Oaken Bucket Game—and their alma mater took home the prize that day over rival IU! Encircled with friends from high school, college, and all parts of their life, Julie and Ryan Morton begun their life together.”
Congratulations Julie and Ryan, thank you for sharing your day with us!
Photographer: Mindy Hiatt Photography
Hair Stylist: Tori Gillam
Floral Designer: JP Parker Flowers
Cake Designer: The Flying Cupcake
DJ: Jim Cerone, Inc.
Ceremony Location: Our Lady of Mount Carmel
Transportation: Carey Limo
Event Venue: Marriott Indianapolis Downtown