Broadmoor Country Club and St Joan of Arc Indianapolis Fall Wedding

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Alyssa and David’s BroadMoor County Club Fall Indianapolis Wedding by Stacy Able Photography

Where to start with Alyssa and David’s fall Indianapolis wedding? For one, I’m smitten by the gorgeous bride Alyssa. I hope we can stay friends for years to come as I love her energy and witty sarcasm. Together, this couple knows how to make you welcome. They also left quite a bit of time for portraits which of course makes this ginger photographer thankful.

Then, their diy touches made their wedding all the more unique. Alyssa and David are travel bugs which they incorporated into their seating chart, sign in globe, and table numbers. Attention to detail like that makes a wedding personal.

Thank you two in trusting me to capture your celebrations. I hope you’ll love these images as much as I do!

Bride and Groom Q&A:

From the engagement to the end of the reception, the entire wedding process was more than either of us could have ever imagined. We got engaged in May of 2014 in Paris (I know, he did a GREAT job), and pretty much right away started the planning process. I never thought that I would have a fall wedding, but David’s parents were living in Brussels, Belgium until the end of August 2015, so it made sense to wait until they moved back to the states.

When it came time to pick a venue, we actually only looked at one place, Broadmoor Country Club (BCC.) The location was perfect as it was centrally located for both of our families, had neutral décor that wouldn’t clash with whatever we chose, and had a gorgeous outside setting for photos. The staff at BCC from the first meeting to the end of the reception was nothing but amazing.

As for décor, there were two things I knew I wanted; 1. A neutral color scheme and 2. Gold chiavari chairs. The gold chairs made such a statement, that we decided to go with all ivory flowers and ivory linens. We added a pop of color with rose gold mercury vases, light pink napkins, and a rose gold sequin table cloth for the cake table. David and I LOVE to travel, and have been fortunate enough to go to some really amazing places with each other, so we thought it would be cool to incorporate that into our wedding as well. Our card box was a suitcase that was covered in maps, and our guest book was a globe. Our seating chart was a map that said “Where in the world are you sitting?” and had each table connected to a different place David and I have been together. At each table there was a picture of David and I at the corresponding location.

Leading up to the wedding we were both so nervous and stressed, but in the end, every late night, every vendor meeting, every dollar spent was worth it. We had the time of our lives, and so did our family and friends. Having everyone in one place dancing, eating, drinking, and celebrating was better than either of us could have ever imagined. A lot of our friends and family had never met, but you would have never known that by the way everyone was interacting. We always said we just wanted one big party, and we definitely had just that – one amazing, unforgettable party.
Favorite moment(s)? I thought it would be really hard to pick a favorite part of the day, but after about two seconds of thinking about it, there is one moment that stands out more than any… When I turned the corner to stand at the end of aisle and saw David for the first time. At that moment I knew that nothing else mattered. I was about to marry my best friend, and was the luckiest person in the entire world! (Cheesy, I know, but true!)

Funniest moment(s)? Our bridal party took their introductions so seriously. They were introduced to the theme song from Space Jam, so they knew their intros had to be good. They all practiced for at least 30 minutes, and each pairing was trying to one-up the other. There was a lot of smack talk going on – It was pretty hilarious. The best part of the whole thing was that I don’t think half of them followed through when they got out there! Stage fright, I guess. 😉

First Dance Songs? David and I danced to “I Got You” by Jack Johnson – we heard it and just knew that was it!

Vendor List: DressMori Lee (Sash was purchased separately from Etsy), Store Purchased – Posie Patch, Shoes – Heels; Jimmy Choo, Flats/Slippers; Kate Spade, Florals – My sister/matron of honor actually did them all herself! They were ordered from Costco and FiftyFlowers.com, Venues – Church; St Joan of Arc Catholic Church, Reception Venue; Broadmoor Country Club, Food – Broadmoor Country Club (Was delicious!), InvitationsWedding Paper DivasBridesmaid Dresses – Alfred Angelo, Hair & Make-Up – Andi from Something Blue Stylists, Wedding CakeClassic Cakes in Carmel, TuxesMen’s Warehouse

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Factory 12 Loft blush and Navy Wedding in Columbus Indiana

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Q+A with Bride Jennifer and Groom Zach:
Being from two different states and living in a third it was a tough decision on where to get married.   We looked at Charlotte and some different places in Kentucky (middle of the road between Jennifer and Zach’s families). But we ultimately settled on Columbus because the venue was exactly what the Jennifer had envisioned.    We got engaged just before Christmas and we looked at the venue on Christmas Eve when we were in town.  It was very easy to pick a date.  We choose September because Zach is a sweaty guy and we didn’t want to do a summer wedding! Every weekend in September was available so we just narrowed it down.   We wanted to avoid the Columbus Mini Marathon and Labor Day Travel.  So the 19th it was!
We planned our day to make it fun for everyone.   We did a first look and had all the photos taken before the wedding. The bar opened prior to the ceremony and everyone except immediate family was seated at their tables for the ceremony.  The ceremony decor was moved and became the dance floor.   It was such an easy transition to prevent the guests from changing locations or waiting hours for pictures.  We kept the decor simple because The venue holds it own without any decor at all.

The wedding day went so smooth and nothing went wrong!  The weather was pretty gloomy that morning but cleared up and the sun came out just in time for gorgeous outdoor pictures.

Favorite moment(s)? The first look.  Loved being able to have that moment together!

Funniest moment(s)?Photo Booth fun! The floor bouncing when all the guys danced to footloose.
First Dance Songs? Mango Tree-Zac Brown Band

Vendor List: Dress Designer: Mori Lee, Dress purchased: NY Bride & Groom, Charlotte, NC, Shoes: Badgley Mischka,  florals: Claudias Florabunda, Food: Henry Social Club, invitations: VistaPrint, bridesmaid dresses: Bill Levkoff from NY Bride & Groom, Shuttle Bus rental: Miller Transportation, hair: Megan Davis of Simply Chic Beauty (Seymour, IN), makeup:  Kelli Jo Stuckwish from Simply Chic Beauty , wedding cake: Icing on the Cake, men’s suit rental: TheBlackTux, Photography: Stacy Able Photography

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A Blush Factory 12 loft Wedding in Columbus Indiana

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What a celebration! Joe and Shelby’s wedding had so much love which made my job all the more fun. Their family and friends were very welcoming. I also have not seen a dance floor that packed in years. It was truly an honor to capture your celebrations!

Bride and Groom Q+A:
Words can’t describe that day. Before getting married people would always say either one of two things, “It will be the best day of your life!” or “Not everything will go right, but no one will notice.” It was, by far, the best day of my life and everything went perfectly. I was certainly blessed with the perfect wedding day. Not only was I able to marry the love of my life, but I was able to be surrounded by the people I love most. What’s not to love about that?

From the start my husband and I started looking at larger venues to fit our huge group of family and friends, so that ruled out a couple of venues. Then we were able to narrow it down to the small group of venues in Columbus, IN. The day we went to visit venues, The Factory 12 Event Loft was perfectly decorated with Blush (the color I knew I was going to use) and I was set. I could picture our perfect day and the first moment when we walked into the venue. It was great.

We ended up using The Paper Lantern Store for our Lanterns for over the dance floor. We used SBPI Graphics for our seating chart board and our welcome boards.  The Factory 12 Event Loft was able to give us great options for linen colors. Our candy buffet and the cookie table were great aspects of our wedding. The candy buffet coordinated with our colors of our wedding. The cookie bar was specially made by multiple members of our family with love.

How the day went overall: The day was absolutely perfect. I also loved reliving the day with Stacy Able’s pictures.:)The one feeling I cannot wrap my head around is the overwhelming love, support, and friendship that Joe and I felt from our family and friends. It was definitely an amazing feeling.

My favorite moment was the moment I was about to walk down the aisle. I was able to see my soon to be husband, my friends and family smiling at me, and my dad by my side. Couldn’t be happier.

I thought it was hilarious that I had multiple guests say that we needed to keep dancing if we all fell through the floor at The Factory 12 Event Loft… Needless to say, it was definitely a dancing group we had there.
Our first dance song was White Dress by Ben Rector.. definitely a beautiful song! My tip would be to practice first! We definitely didn’t do that!


Vendor List: Dress Purchased: Wendy’s Bridal- Cincinnati, OH, Wedding shoes: Betsey Johnson, Rings: Hers: The Diamond Cellar  His: Christian Bauer, Florals: Pomp & Bloom, Venue: The Factory 12 Event Loft, Food: Henry Social Club, Invitations: Wedding Paper Divas, Bridesmaid dresses: Wendy’s Bridal,  Rental car: Advanced Limo/Carte Blanche, Hair: Michelle Rushalk of Michelle’s Renaissance,
Makeup: Makenna Rushalk of Michelle’s Renaissance, Wedding cake: The Original Party Mart, Mens tuxes/suits: That Special Touch, Rehearsal Dinner: Simmons Winery, Photography: Stacy Able Photography

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