The night before Molly and Matt’s wedding we met them at the Conrad to capture their dinner rehearsal! They had a lovely meal with a lot of toasts in the Long-Sharp Gallery. At the time of their event, the works of Amy Kirchner’s “Amy Kirchner: Letting Go.” So a lot of the speeches were given in front of various works of art. After the meal, the guests headed over to Tastings A Wine Bar and Bistro. At Tastings, the guests tried a large variety of wines and an assortment of flatbread pizza. It is pretty safe to say that this Conrad Indianapolis event photography was awesome to shoot!
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If you loved the photos in this blog post, then check out some of our other recent shoots and blog posts!
Firstly, check out this amazing wedding with Molly and Matt at Regions Tower! Molly and Matt were married at Tabernacle Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis before heading to Regions Tower for their reception! They had a wonderful first look at the church before the wedding. There was so much emotion on their faces. And can I just say the sunset shots at Regions Tower in this post are brilliant! It was a gorgeous night!
Also, check out this adorable engagement shoot with Molly and Matt in Zionsville! They did their engagement shoot on Molly’s grandfather’s land. There is a wildflower field, a small forest, and a placid, little pond. It is a gorgeous property and we were able to capture so many wonderful photos of these two there!
Lastly, check out this wonderful wedding with Jacqueline and Andrew at Regions Tower in downtown Indianapolis! At one point during the photos of this wedding, the bride’s veil blew off of her head. It floated over the side of the building and started to fall before a big gust of wind sent it back up in the air. It was fantastic!
If you loved the photos from this event, then consider having your next event at the Conrad or at Tastings Wine Bar and Bistro! We love shooting at these venues! So if you book an event there, get in touch with us because we would love to capture it!