Skylar and Jadrien met their Junior year at Indiana University – Northwest. The week before their wedding they graduated from Purdue University Graduate School with degrees in Business Accounting and Administration. They held their wedding and reception at the Blue Chip Casino … Continue reading →
Natasha and Bill chose the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum for their nuptials on Halloween. The museum is home to an impressive selection of antique automobiles. Everything from Model T’s to muscle cars. We even had the opportunity to tour … Continue reading →
Sara and Sean Married at Cataract Falls We joined Sara and her attendants at the Cannon Inn at the McCormick Creek Park in Spencer Indiana. The Cannon Inn is a beautiful and historic location. Once the girls were ready, we headed to the covered bridge at Cataract Falls for the ceremony. The setup was a little different, being as we were on a covered bridge. The guests were seated at the far end of the bridge, with the arbor set up in the middle. Our Groom, Sean stood at the arbor as the attendants walked through to their places. Then our beautiful bride walked in with her mother. During the ceremony they performed a “lock ceremony” where our couple, their parents and daughter each placed an engraved lock on a family tree. After the ceremony we took group pictures at the bridge, then walked up to the landing for some more of the couple and the bridal party. Then we drove up to the Cataract Falls for some spectacular photos of our group and couple. After photos we went back to the Cannon Inn for the reception. Sara’s father had passed away, so they had his photo in what would have been his chair. Sara and GROOM drove off in her father’s pickup. Thank you, Sara and Sean for choosing White Tiger Photographic to capture your special day!
Rebecca and John chose the Duneland Falls Banquet & Meeting Hall in Chesterton Indiana for their venue. And what a beautiful venue it was for their wedding and reception! The ladies met in the bridal suite upstairs to prepare. There were make-up mirrors set up, which even the littler girls used to get ready. The gentlemen had the Man Cave to meet and get dressed.
Weather was a concern, but the rain held off so the ceremony was held outside at the gazebo. Their ceremony included a special moment for each of their daughters, solidifying the joining of all five of them together.
The reception included a special surprise for John! Rebecca added lights under her dress, so during their First Dance, she lit up the dance floor. Festivities included toasts, dances, cake (see the dragons!), sparklers and lit lanterns.
Congratulations and Best Wishes to this happy family. Thank you, John and Rebecca for choosing White Tiger Photographic to capture your special day!