Oh this sweet family. Faithe was one of the first people I met when my husband was interviewing for a job at College Park Church in Indianapolis. She hugged me, gave me a hand-written card with a bag of peanut butter cups and told me she had been praying for me even before we met. And just like that, I felt welcomed, loved and accepted. In the months since that moment I’ve come to realize that those words characterize the Hamer family. They welcome with open arms, love on others like crazy and have a real gift for making people feel accepted. They have blessed our lives tremendously since we moved to Indiana in June, and I was thrilled to be able to capture some family memories for them at Tuttle Orchards this fall! (Not to mention the fact that their family belongs in a magazine — how cute are their quadruplets?!!!) Hope you enjoy some favorites of our time together :)
Get ready for details overload – I had such a hard time narrowing these down! Tori did a truly spectacular job with personalizing the reception, and her mom added some gorgeous florals to all of the unique centerpieces!
Many thanks to the great vendor team!
From the Bride: “We wanted an outdoor/vintage wedding. The venue reminded me of my late grandmother and I knew it was the one because of that. I think forget-me-nots are a very romantic flower (in name and look) and so the color scheme evolved from forget-me-nots. We have been together for seven years now, and are just thrilled to be officially tying the knot.”
Emily and Kenny’s wedding day was sweet and simple, filled with laughter, tears, emotion, and lots of dancing! It took place at one of my favorite venues – The Willow Tree – and I always love any opportunity to shoot there :) The weather was perfect for their outdoor ceremony and lantern exit. We were so happy to celebrate this special day with them! Enjoy some favorites from this beautiful wedding day!
A big thank you to the vendor team that made Emily’s dream come to life: