Amy and Rob Married in Elkhart, Twice!
Our first wedding of the year happened twice! That’s because Amy and Rob wanted their wedding anniversary to be on January 6. They had a civil ceremony at the courthouse with close family in attendance.
On January 9 they had the big ceremony and reception at the Athenian Ballroom in Elkhart. The hall was decorated in a Hawaiian theme and was carried out in the decorations, complete with leis for all the guests. The palm trees and flowers on the cake were perfect! Festivities included a conga line and the Limbo! Our hosts included a game table and coloring books and games at each table.
Thank you Amy and Rob for choosing White Tiger Photographic to capture your special days! Best wishes and Congratulations!
The Conservation Clubhouse in Plymouth was a lovely place for a winter themed wedding. They decorated with Christmas trees, lights and greenery for a festive event. The pine branches made the whole place smell wonderful! Our bride and groom held their ceremony upstairs with friends and family in attendance. Dinner was served downstairs, then back upstairs for dancing and events.
We’d like to thank Katelynn and Stephen for choosing White Tiger Photographic to photograph their special day. Best wishes and congratulations!
Amanda and Teodulo Married in Fowler Indiana
Time zones were a little tricky for this wedding day. Fowler is right at the border between Central and Eastern Time Zones, so some guests showed up an hour early. It all worked out though! Amanda looked lovely in her fit and flare gown, and Teo was very handsome in his black tuxedo. After the ceremony we headed to downtown to do photos in front of the courthouse and on the brick street. The reception was held at the Jasper County Fairgrounds.
Thank you, Amanda and Teodulo for choosing White Tiger Photographic! Best Wishes and Congratulations!
Ryan and Jenny Married in Fort Wayne, Indiana
Jenny and her bridesmaids used the music room at their church to prepare for the wedding. The guys got ready at the other end of the church. After the formal ceremony we went around town to take photos. Foster Park was the first stop. It was a little rainy and chilly but he party were all good sports and took some great photos. We even returned a phone to another park visitor.
We also visited the Wells Street bridge and St. Francis College campus. The reception followed our tour of Fort Wayne. Their cake had one of the more unique toppers! The couple have a beautiful cat, so she had to included!
Best Wishes Jenny and Ryan!
Emma and David gathered their wedding party at their home in Noblesville Indiana to prepare for their wedding. We did their “first look” at their front door. Then we took our bride and groom downtown Noblesville to an alley with brick and benches perfect for photos. Please note: Do not make fun of the parking patrol SMART car! It will come back to bite you with a parking ticket!
We photographed Emma’s sisters wedding a few years ago at Ball State University. We remember this wedding very well as it is the one where we put the wedding party up a tree!
After the wedding party was ready we went to a park with a covered bridge for photos. The groomsmen are all firefighters, so we incorporated their gear in pictures. After the ceremony, the group gathered on the soccer field for a little game of dodgeball!
The reception was held at the Firefighter’s Hall. They had pie instead of the traditional cake.
Congratulations and Best Wishes to this happy family!