Jordan & Tommy

From the moment we arrived, we were blown away by Jordan and Tommy - the most stunning bride and groom we’ve EVER captured.

Tommy created a custom suit complete with a white and black suit, perfectly paired accessories, and just a bit of gold on the top of his velvet shoes.

Jordan shined like a star in her Betsy Johnson heels and beautifully curled locks.

We couldn’t help but capture literally every detail of their gorgeous day downtown surrounding the Soldiers & Sailors monument, where Jordan’s wish came true.

Jordan, your day was breathtaking, from the Skyline Club view to the moments of bliss on the monuments stairs, our hearts were full of joy and warmth. But as you walked down the aisle to greet Tommy and your father let you pause to see all those surrounding you with the biggest amount of support, our hearts melted along with yours as tears started falling.

Thank you for letting us capture your incredible story :)

THANKS to their INCREDIBLE vendor team!


Becca & Brian

Becca and Brian's wedding had Kristen and I overwhelmed with love and compassion for one of the sweetest, relaxed couples we've ever worked with.

Becca and Brian, your day was bliss - absolute bliss. From the prayers we shared before the First Look to the moments when Brian spinned you around on the dance floor.

I know for a fact Jesus was smiling down on these two the entire day.

Congratulations, Becca & Brian!

THANKS to their INCREDIBLE vendor team!
Venue: St. Alphonsus Liguori Catholic Church (Zionsville, IN)
Catering: The Juniper Spoon
Clutches: Tina Frantz Designs
Bridesmaids Dresses: AZAZIE
Bridal Gown: David's Bridal
ShoesVe-Ve's Dance Company
DJ: AMS Entertainment & Audio/Visual
Rings: Diamonds DirectMonique Fine Jewelry
JewelryTiffany & Co.
CakeConfectioneiress Cupcakes & Sweets


 I’m incredibly lucky to have an older sister like her. It feels like not too long ago, when we were still very little and we would eat rock candy together and sing Baby Beluga. I also vaguely remember when Becca used talk for me so she could convince our mom that I wanted McDonalds because I was the cute little one, just so she could get McDonalds.


I was absolutely convinced that Becca’s opinions were always the correct opinion. And now we’re starting to grow up; Becca’s growing up and getting married and eventually starting and family and I’m growing up and starting to learn that Becca’s opinions are NOT always the right opinion, although I don’t think she would mind, Brian, if you always told her she’s right! I can say, though, that Becca was right in marrying Brian. 


They had dedicated themselves to each other and committed to praying together almost daily, despite the distance and time difference between them. Distance can have the power to let relationships fade, but it only made Becca and Brian’s stronger. It was a testament to their love for each other and for their commitment to raise each other to God.


Brian, I’m sure you know what you’ve gotten yourself into by marrying Becca, especially since you’re officially attached now, but here are some things you have to look forward to for the rest of your life…

- Be prepared to be called Moonpie at all future Thompson family holidays.

- Be prepared for Becca randomly dancing through the house (and especially the kitchen when she’s cooking).

- Be prepared for dirt and seeds and pots while Becca is planting her herbs and veggies.

And be prepared for me and Colleen decorating your future house with hanging plants and boho rugs! 


 Brian, brace yourself for this amazing life you will be living with the best person you could ever live it with.


So congratulations, Becca and Brian on your new life together! And thank you all for coming today. I know that some of you have traveled from far away to be here and we appreciate the time that you’ve given to celebrate Becca and Brian and our families. Let’s raise our glasses to toast the newlyweds!


Stacy & Kris

Downtown Indianapolis weddings are notorious for complicated photography timelines and lots of on-foot travel, but Stacy & Kris’ wedding was the exception to these rules.

Soul Creations’ has never had a simpler wedding day downtown, and for that, we have to say THANK YOU!

These two Eli Lilly lovebirds knew exactly how to create a day that ensured the focus was on tying the knot in the most seamless, stress-free way possible - and the photos show it!

Stacy and Kris, thank you. For trusting us to capture your unconditional love, incredible excitement, and supportive friends & family -- all while enjoying a perfectly curated virgin margarita :)

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Renae & Steven

That morning, we walked into the old, creaky school and through the dimly lit halls to her classroom. Clad in silk robes and surrounded by tea and croissants made by her twin sister, Renae sat patiently and peacefully as she waited to get dressed, see her father, pray with her groom, and walk down the aisle to be greeted by him, who had the deepest, unconditional love for his bride.

I witnessed them pray together. Him blindfolded. Her teary-eyed.

I witnessed them sneak smiles at each other during their sacramental union. Both with the most perfect glimmers of love in their eyes.

I witnessed them laughing happily as they hid under her cathedral veil in the cool winter air.

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Abby & Blair

That morning, I walked behind him as he took a knee in front of the altar. Carrying his rosary we walked to the Pieta and he prayed, I prayed, and we both knew Mary was praying.

We prayed for strength that he would lead his new wife with eyes focused on Jesus as his leader and on her as His Bride.

We prayed for peace and patience throughout the wedding day that they might be focused on the sacrament and not the specifics.

We prayed that from this day forward they would be united as one, fully and unconditionally.

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Katie & Ryan

I walked into the JW Marriott hotel room filled with music, rose petals, and the prettiest ot bridesmaids silk robes rummaging around as they prepared for the big day. Katie was as calm as a cucumber and as I walked her to the secret spot behind the hotel to have a first look with her father, her excitement was contagious.

From the hummer limo and Upland Wheat beer to a beautiful, fun-loving ceremony at St Mary’s and gorgeous reception at the NCAA Hall of Champions, Katie and Ryan did their day up right.

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Erin + Mark

The morning of their wedding, I walked around the swing that Erin and Mark were excited to take sunset photos at as I scouted out locations for their first look behind the silos. Mark's father told me that the swing was the where they had their first photo taken together.

Later that day, it was at that swing that I saw parents pushing children on and wind rushing by as the kids laughed. That evening, Mark brought his bride out to the swing and pushed her back and forth as they turned to each other beaming from ear to ear. The same beaming smiles I saw at their beautiful ceremony and the moment Mark turned around to see his beautiful bride.

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Sara + Adam

If someone told me that there were going to be 11 siblings and 6 priests attending, I may have had wide eyes - but photographing Sara and Adam’s wedding chock full of priests, parents, and parishioners never had my eyes wide. More often, they were closed in prayer with them.

These two opted for a secret first look, nabbing photos at their high school lockers, and greeting guests over more photographs - and I can’t blame them one bit. What followed was the most beautiful sacramental wedding with songs from her sisters and words from her brothers.

Sara and Adam, thank you for allowing me to capture the beauty of your day. Your joy is contagious and I will always fondly, with only a few words and long prayers, look back over your wedding with that same joy.

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Kaley + Larry

The first time I saw Kaley the morning of her wedding, she had just walked into her reception hall and started crying. From the beautiful cake to the ceremony arch, her vision for the wedding day had truly become a reality - and I couldn’t help but start crying to.

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