Indianapolis Vietnamese White River Gardens and Union Station Wedding // Jane & Sean

“I’ll love you more with every breath, truly, madly, deeply do.” // Savage Garden

This past Saturday I spent my day with two high school sweethearts at White River Gardens and Historic Union Station in Downtown Indianapolis as they finally tied the night starting a new chapter in their life that’s been over ten years in the making. Jane, Sean, and I all attended the same high school... you know... way back when. They have been dating literally ever since I can remember. It was wonderful to get the chance to document their big day, especially since I photographed their engagement session two years ago! But they’ve been busy becoming big, fancy, doctors in Kansas City!

With Jane being of Vietnamese decent the duo opted to have a traditional Vietnamese ceremony in the morning with close family and then a Western ceremony following in the afternoon at White River Gardens. After a big break in the day for photos and relaxing they joined their guests at Historic Union Station for dinner, drinks, and dancing as they sealed off the night with tons of fun before they had to pack their bags again to return home.

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Indianapolis Historic Union Station Vintage Travel Wedding // Robert & Scott

"INVEST IN PEOPLE WHO INVEST IN YOU."

I once read that on Pinterest (yes! I'm a Pinterest addict!) and I felt like it applied to my life pretty well. Being a wedding photographer + mom + wife + daughter makes my life pretty crazy. I have a tendency to let friendships fall off to the side and I'm left wondering if people even still like me at all. But then people like Robert + Scott show up in my life at unexpected times and I'm reminded that when people invest in me, it's best to invest back in them. 

On Friday you saw some sweet engagement photos I took of Robert + Scott a little over a week before they met at the end of an aisle at the Historic Union Station in Downtown Indianapolis to commit to each other for life. When they approached me just after the gay marriage ban was lifted in Indiana they told me about how they rushed downtown to get married while it was still legal and now they were going to finally have a wedding after over seven years of partnership. And that's when I knew they were going to invest in me. So I invested in them. I've been friends with Robert + Scott for almost five years and it was beyond an honor to photograph their day and witness their union. It was incredibly sweet and I enjoyed every second of being surrounded by love, friendship, and good times. Although I always feel like I've developed a friendship with all of my clients, I don't always get to photograph weddings for people I've had friendships with for years. I loved it. 

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