When it comes to planning the day that you have been dreaming of for a lifetime, one of the first decisions you may make is where to have the wedding. Venues come in all shapes and sizes, but what makes up an ideal venue?
Cassie of Cassie Dunmyer Photography had an idea that began with a glass of sangria. She was inspired by its color and texture, and the vision blossomed from there. She approached Michelle Rakotomalala to co-create this beautiful, boho-elegant style shoot, and the magic began.
Kristin never thought she would meet her husband at a children’s event. However, as the Director of Children’s Ministries at her church, the two met at a special event in March when Joseph served as a volunteer.
Sometimes, less is more. And Victoria Tate of Victoria Isabel Photography certainly saw beauty in the whitewashed exposed brick, wood floors and pure winter light that poured into Zurie, the spot where she selected for her romantic, fine art-inspired anniversary vision to play out.
Many couples today are looking for a picturesque barn venue. Luckily, the Midwest has more than a few barn venues to offer, but it is those truly exceptional ones that brides are on the lookout for.
“Chris’ fraternity and my sorority at Indiana University were right next to each other,” says Becca. “However, during our time at IU, we never met. We met back in Fort Wayne after college. We were both at a 90s concert at Headwaters Park.
"You only get married once." We hear this quote often in reference to choosing vendors and stretching the budget just a bit more to get exactly what we love. But what about those who have nothing but splotchy memories from one of the most important days of their lives?
If you live in the Midwest, you are well aware that spring weather isn’t always necessarily cooperative. And although this shoot took place on Valentine’s Day, and therefore needed to take place indoors, it certainly proves that spring-inspired hues can really make for a light and airy wedding whether there's rain, snow or shine! We are all heart eyes for this romantic, red and pink spring-inspired style shoot, beautifully captured by Michelle Rakotomalala of Rakoteet Photography.