The barn was warm and full of fairy lights. It was the perfect place to hide out for a few moments after a chilly first look outside. Todd and Kelly stood in the middle of the barn, hugging for warmth and they kissed. This was just one of the magical moments from their Traders Point Creamery elopement.
A big thanks to the vendors that helped make this day so wonderful!
- Venue: Traders Point Creamery
- Officiant: Chuck Sadler
- Wedding Dress Boutique: Zionsville Boutique
- Suits: Tom James
- Florist: Kids
- Catering: Traders Point Creamery
- Cake Designer/Bakery: Taste of Fine Art- Becky Sauer
- Videographer: Van Elk & Co.
- Transportation: Integrity Limo
Did you love this Traders Point Creamery elopement?
If you loved the photos from this fantastic elopement, then check out some of these other recent blog posts.
Firstly, check out this amazing intimate wedding at Traders Point Creamery with Abby and James. This small wedding was so much fun to capture. Much like Todd and Kelly, these two were married in Zionsville at Traders Point Creamery. They also had a small gathering of family and friends due to the pandemic. The pandemic has really made smaller and more intimate weddings a much more frequent occurrence. While most everything about the pandemic is terrible, these smaller gatherings are really nice.
Also, check out this lovely elopement with Amrata and Rahul at the Indiana Statehouse. This was from last December right before Christmas. This elopement was a little smaller than Todd and Kelly’s ceremony. These two were the only people physically present. They had family members from the other side of the world video conference in to bear witness.
Lastly, check out this super fun intimate wedding with Megan and Wes! Megan and Wes were married in their own backyard. Well, their backyard and their parent’s adjacent backyard. They had a small gathering of friends and a few chickens at the wedding. Plus, a lot of really great bourbon.
If you loved the photos in this blog post, then consider visiting Traders Point Creamery.