July 18, 2021

Indiana Statehouse Elopement with Amrata and Rahul

FILED IN: Weddings

The warm tungsten light emanated from the elegant lighting fixtures in the Indiana State House. Cool blue light streamed into the building through the sky lights mixing with the warmer light inside. The result was that everything inside had a slightly golden hue in the shadows. Walking down a hall, under the warm lights, were Amrata and Rahul. They were walking hand in hand and smiling. This was just one of the magical moments from this Indiana Statehouse elopement which was so much fun to capture!

Last year Jenn and I did a lot more elopements and intimate weddings than we had in any year prior. The coronavirus pandemic kind of forced people getting married to either take that route or postpone their wedding. This wedding was a first for me though and a first our company too. All of our prior elopements and intimate weddings have always had a few guests, usually between 10 and 20 people. This elopement though was the first time it’s just been one of us capturing photos, the couple, and then the officiant. Of course, Amrata and Rahul did skype in their friends and family members from the other side of the country for the ceremony though. It was really lovely to be invited into such an intimate moment with these two and to get to document the day.

A Big Thanks to All of the Vendors that Helped Make this Indiana Statehouse Elopement so Special!

  • Officiant: Victoria Meyer – Marry Me Indy
  • Ceremony Location: Marry Me Indy
  • Portrait Location: Indiana Statehouse

Did you love these photos?

If you loved these photos then check out some more of our recent work!

Firstly, check out Megan and Wes’s endearing elopement in Indy! They got married on their property with just a few family and friends.

Also, check out Abby and James’s wonderful intimate wedding at Trader’s Point Creamery!

Lastly, check out Hira and Ben’s whimsical intimate wedding at Coxhall Gardens!

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