Canal 337 Indianapolis Fall Wedding Photography
Katie + Scott’s Canal 337 Indianapolis Fall Wedding
Katie and Scott are one of those couples that you want to be best friends with. They are so warm, welcoming, and gracious. Not to mention super photogenic. Their group was a blast to work with all day. Also, Katie had the MVP of maid of honors, Anne Marie, who is the owner of the bridal gown shop Marie Gabriel Couture. Anne Marie was a rock star in fixing Katie’s gown all day. You could tell how loved this couple is by all of their friends and family.
Working with Indy’s finest vendors made the day go incredibly smooth. Beth from Plum and Poppy kept us all on time. The florals by Wild Heart Bloom/ Grounded Plant and Floral Co which included succulents were to die for. It was such an honor to be a part of this team that helped make Katie and Scott’s day flawless.
From the bride and groom:
Our wedding weekend was more magical than we could have ever imagined. When we first started planning, we realized venue availability was limited and knew we wanted a late summer/early fall wedding. After seeing Second Presbyterian Church and Canal 337, we fell in love. More importantly both had Setember 16, 2017 available, which couldn’t have been more fitting for us as we started dating in September, got engaged in September, and would now be married in September. We loved the combination of a traditional Christian ceremony with the modern/industrial and romantic atmosphere of Canal 337. As both venues are already so beautiful, we designed the decor to be a combination of elegant, fall colors done simplistically, including shades of soft purple, burgundy, cream/ivory, and lots of greenery. Having my maid of honor as one of the owners of Marie Gabriel Couture, I had seen a lot of gowns over the years. I always loved the classic, clean, yet modern look of Amsale. One evening, Anne-Marie and Young had my mother and I into the store after closing and we had a special evening trying on gowns. This will be a memory I never forget. Putting on my Amsale gown, “Britt”, I knew it was perfect for me and that Scott would love it. Overall, the weekend couldn’t have gone any better. Starting with a dinner and reception Friday evening at the Skyline Club as the sun set over Indianapolis, and ending with a beautiful brunch at my parents home in Zionsville on Sunday. Though we were full of nerves Saturday morning, they quickly dissipated after our first look with each other. From that moment on, the day was filled with happiness, love and laughter from everyone. Thanks to our vendors, family, and friends, our wedding weekend was flawless, full of love, and better than we could have imagined.
Favorite moment(s)? – Reading our personal vows during our first look, toasts from father of the bride, MOH, BM, and groom, and dancing the night away with our friends/family.
Funniest moment(s)? Pair of ripped trousers on the dance floor, full tray of wine glasses broken at the after party, and a few moments in the BM speech.
First Dance Songs? B/G: Harvest Moon by Niel Young; F/D: Just the Way You Are by Billy Joel; M/S: My Wish by Rascal Flatts
Vendors: Planner: Plum and Poppy, Church: Second Presbyterian, Reception: Canal 337, Catering: Thomas Catering, Photography: Stacy Able Photography, Florist: Wild Heart Bloom/Grounded Plant and Floral Co, Band: 8th South Band, Hair and Makeup: Something Blue Stylist, Transportation: Miller Transportation, Cake: Confectioneiress, Brides Gown: Amsale via Marie Gabriel Couture, Bridesmaids Dresses: Jenny Yoo / Bella Bridesmaids, Invitations: Blue Bird Paper Company
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