When their original photographer moved to Washington, DC (miss you, Amanda!) and I got the opportunity to meet with Kara, I was all in. First of all, her name
is WAS a sentence. If you know me, you know how much I love sentence names. Secondly, the wedding that she described to me sounded nothing short of perfection. I was THRILLED to be a part of it.
And, as you will see, it didn’t disappoint. They literally had the perfect wedding. Everything was just as they’d wished for. At one point during dinner, I turned to Micah (my ace second shooter) and said, “there is more love for Kara and Jordan in this tent than I can even put into words.” And it was true. These two are loved.
Let’s talk about this dress. When Kara showed me this dress, things went a little crazy in my head. I’m obsessed with this dress. First of all: blush. Second of all: insanely gorgeous. And Kara knows the way to my creative and stylish heart, because she texted me a photo of her Louboutin bag as she was leaving the store.
And, as first looks go, this one has to be one of my all-time favorites. Seriously, they’re THAT adorable.
In the last month, Kara and Jordan have graduated from medical school, had a wedding, traveled to Mexico, packed up their house… and today, they leave for Phoenix to start their residencies (but more importantly, to give me a reason to visit Phoenix). While I’m sad that our Indy time was so short-lived, I have no doubt that these two have become my friends. Onto your next adventure…
Venue: Indianapolis Art Center | Bride’s gown: BHLDN | Bride’s shoes: Christian Louboutin | Bridesmaid dresses: from their own collections | Hair: Bryce Anderson from Parlour Salon | Makeup: Abby Gehring | Groom’s suit: Indochino | Groomsman suits: from their own collections | Caterer: MBP Distinctive Catering | Florals and décor: Meg Catherine Flowers | Cake: The New Old-Standard Baking Company | Entertainment: Track Seven DJ, Justin Watson | Paperie: Paper Source and the couple | Tent and rentals: A Classic Party Rental | Succulent favors: The Succulent Source
Photography: molly connor photography