A slight breeze rustled the plants growing in the meadow, causing the wildflowers to sway back and forth. Sophia and Bryce walked out into the the fauna together holding hands. The plants were wet because a small storm had popped up and drizzled on the farmland. The overcast sky still held gray clouds over the land, waiting to storm again. In the meadow, Sophia and Bryce stopped walking and looked at one another, and then hugged and kissed. This was just one of the many amazing mometns from this White Willow Farms wedding! Scroll down to see more.
A big thanks to all the vendors that made this day so wonderful!
- Coordinator/Planner: Keri Jeffers (Shoup’s Country Foods)
- Officiant: Troy Robertson
- Wedding Dress: Nancy’s Bridal Boutique
- Shoes: Kate Whitcomb
- Bridesmaid Dresses: Bridy Grey
- Suits: Men’s Wearhouse
- Hair Stylist: Jessica Degler
- Make-up Artist: Hannah McElfresh
- Florist: Brittney Milner (Shoup’s Country Foods)
- Catering: Shoup’s Country Foods
- Cake Designer/Bakery: Shoup’s Country Foods (cake and donuts)
- Entertainment: Scott Stars (DJ)
- Save the Date Designer: Zola.com
- Invite Designer: Zola.com
Did you love this White Willow Farms wedding?
If you loved the photos in this post, then check out some of our other recent blog posts!
Firstly, check out Sophia and Bryce’s charming engagement session at Coxhall Gardens! These two met Steve on a gorgeous evening in spring to do some photos. They brought their dog with them, which is always so much fun on an engagement shoot. We love doing photos with furry friends.
Also, check out this lovely wedding with Katie and Peter! These two were married at another barn venue North of Indy. They had a gorgeous ceremony and reception at Lindley Farmstead at Chatham Hills. These two wanted a photo at night with the red barn at the farmstead in the background, so Steve set up a bunch of flashes to light up the barn and capture some photos of the two of them. It was gorgeous.
Lastly, check out this wonderful wedding with Erin and Nick! These two married at the Fountain Square Theatre. It was a rainy day, but still so lovely. At one point when the rain let up there were buskers making giant bubbles in the square and the buskers let us do some photos with Erin and Nick and their bubbles. It was pretty cool.
If you loved the photos in this blog post, then consider having your next event at White Willow Farms.