Columbus Indiana Wedding at First Christian Church and The Commons




















































Bianca and Logan’s Columbus Indiana Wedding at First Christian Church and The Commons

Where do I start with Bianca and Logan? They are two of the nicest, genuine, laid back, adorable couples I’ve been fortunate to photograph. Pair that with Bianca’s sense of style, their wedding was a pleasure to photograph. Starting at Bianca’s parents home, which should be in a home decor magazine, there were so many lovely details to photograph. The bridesmaids bouquets, by Pomp and Bloom, were a soft pink astilbe. Then, Bianca’s bouquet paired with her lace wedding gown was perfection.

Another unique element to Bianca and Logan’s wedding day was the first look the Bride did with her father. There were happy tears, including some shed by my chief senior photographer and husband Walter. The ceremony at the architecturally renowned First Christian church in downtown Columbus went without a hitch. Following the ceremony, the couple took a spin in the Love Bus, then headed to the Commons for the reception festivities. Thank you Bianca and Logan in having us be a part of your celebrations.

Bride and Groom Q+A coming soon!

Stacy Able Photography
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The Center for Visual and Performing Arts Wedding Photography




































The Center for Visual and Performing Arts Wedding Photography: Melissa & Matt

From the bride Melissa: Matt and I decided to get married in May since we figured it would likely be the best of both worlds weather wise, not too hot or too cold…and obviously hoping for no rain!  April showers bring May flowers, right?!  The days leading up to our wedding day were filled with rain showers so it was a lovely surprise and a relief that the skies were clear the morning of!  Spending the morning and early afternoon getting ready surrounded by my closest friends and my mother definitely kept my nerves at ease!  Matt describes his favorite moment of the day being when the pastor announced us as Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Glover in front of all of our family and friends…finally a married couple. One of my favorite moments of the day was directly after the ceremony, in the limo, on the way to the park to take pictures.  It was the first time I was totally calm and it gave us a moment to let the ceremony and reality sink in that we were officially married..something that was 10 years in the making:)
Our ceremony was at Matt’s church, where his parents were also married.  We decided to have our reception at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts.  We loved the food there and unique atmosphere, with an art display in the atrium where cocktail hour was held and the spacious ballroom.  Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves and the day went off without a hitch!   It was so wonderful to be able to spend such a special day with all the people that mean so much to us.  The night ended perfectly, with Matt and I in the middle of a circle of friends and family singing to Piano Man.
First Dance Songs:  “You are the Best Thing” Ray Lamontagne (Bride & Groom)  “You’ve Got a Friend” James Taylor (father/daughter)  “Wonderful World” Louis Armstrong (Mother/Son)
Photography: Stacy Able Photography | Dress designer: Allure |  Bridal shoes: Nina Shoes  http://ninashoes.com | Bridal Jewelry: Givenchy | Dress shop: Something Blue Bridal | Flowers: Dixon’s Florist | Venue(s): Trinity Lutheran Church (ceremony) The Center for Visual and Performing Arts (reception) | Invitations: Victoria Hoover (bridesmaid) | Bridesmaid dresses: Allure | Bridesmaid jewelry: Jcrew Factory | Transportation: Southlake Limousine | Hair: Studio Two | Makeup: A Modern Face  | Wedding Cake: Cakes by Karen  | Tuxedos: Men’s Wearhouse | Rings: Martin Binder Jeweler

Stacy Able Photography
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Debbie Hammond - The most beautiful pictures I’ve seen in quite awhile

Downtown Chicago Engagement Photography











Downtown Chicago Engagement Photography: Mallory & Matt

When Matt proposed to Mallory, He did so at the Buckingham Fountain in downtown Chicago, making it the perfect location to start their engagement session. Once again, the Windy City lived up to it’s name, tossing Mallory’s gorgeous brunette locks around and giving us some good laughs. It was a delight to spend a few hours making our way around Chicago, culminating with photos at the famous Navy Pier.

Stacy Able Photography
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Bloomington Indiana Engagement Photography
















Melissa and Michael’s Bloomington Indiana Engagement Photography Session

Melissa and Michael both went to IU, but it was not until a few years later they met. Minus the typical summer campus construction, The IU campus was deserted which made for a pleasant engagement session. Melissa was radient in her blue lace gown that she had worn for her engagement session, and Michael, dapper in his suit. They also brought their well mannered beagle for a few photos which is always a treat as I adore when couples include their furry family. While wandering their Alma Matter, I enjoyed getting to know Melissa and Michael better, and look forward to their wedding this fall at the Indiana State Museum.

Stacy Able Photography
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Midwest Wedding Photographer based in Columbus Indiana/ Indianapolis and available for destinations worldwide
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Spring Lincoln Park Chicago Engagement Photography















Trista and Brody’s Spring Lincoln Park Chicago Engagement Photography Session

Initially, we had scheduled Trista and Brody’s engagement session for the winter. Then, snowpocalypse happened and they (essentially) decided to close Chicago. We were finally able to regroup in May, and were able to trade snow for beautiful cherry blossoms.

I met these two because they are friends of Meg and Spencer , whose wedding I photographed last fall. I knew without question that any friends of theirs would be great, but they left some pretty big shoes to fill. After trading hilarious and sweet emails with these two, I knew we were bound to have a fantastic time together. We started at their favorite caffeine watering hole, Fuel. Two things impressed me: (1) the coffee, and (2) how big of coffee aficionados these two are. And I thought I was into coffee…

After some of the best coffee I’ve ever had, we made our way to Lincoln Park for the remainder of their shoot. These two couldn’t have been more of a delight, and their love for each other and dynamic personalities shone through more and more with each shutter click. The Windy City lived up to its name, causing a few hair and attire issues, but in the end, provided us with even more smiles and laughter. Their November wedding at Salvatore’s is sure to be as amazing as these two.

Stacy Able Photography
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Midwest Wedding Photographer based in Columbus Indiana/ Indianapolis and available for destinations worldwide
812.552.1007