Going into this wedding day, I had a long shot list and had actually never met Michelle and Alex in person since they live on the west coast – so I was almost certain we’d get behind during their busy day! But by the grace of God (and a lot of careful planning), the day went so smoothly, and I could not have lucked out with this couple. Michelle and Alex’s Traders Point Creamery wedding in Zionsville, Indiana could not have been more dreamy!
Michelle and Alex coordinated a party bus for their fun bridal party – and we hit the town!
I always recommend a bus (or something similar) with a large bridal party – it saves so much time and cuts out so many unknowns with separate cars. I met the bride and groom and their bridal party at Traders Point Creamery for bridal party portraits and their first look. We then headed onto the bus for the ceremony at the gorgeous St John the Evangelist Catholic Church. Since we were downtown, stopped at the Indiana War Memorial for bridal party portraits. We also made a stop at Lockerbie Square – an adorable cobblestone street that made me feel like I was back in Charleston, especially in the fall! Our final stop of course was the reception at Traders Point Creamery, and we even made it back in time for Michelle and Alex to enjoy their cocktail hour with their guests – which I knew was very important to them. Four locations and five stops would not have been possible without careful timeline planning, a fabulous bridal party, and a party bus!
There’s nothing like a fall Traders Point Creamery wedding in Zionsville, Indiana!
Traders Point Creamery is such a picturesque venue in Zionsville, especially in the fall! Michelle and Alex had the most beautiful temperate weather that allowed guests to be so comfortable in the barn for the reception! To top it off, the sun set beautifully behind the open fields so we could sneak in portraits. I was hoping to snap a few pics of the bride and groom and the cows, but sadly the cows were already in for the winter!
Michelle and Alex absolutely nailed their coordinated first dance!
Getting to know Michelle and Alex on their wedding day was so much fun! One thing that I’ll remember most is their coordinated first dance – they absolutely crushed it, and you could tell they were having so much fun. It was so special to finally get to know this couple at their Traders Point Creamery wedding in Zionsville, Indiana, and to meet their family and friends who traveled near and far to celebrate with them. Michelle and Alex, I hope you are just loving married life and I can’t wait to see what comes next!
Thank you to all the vendors that made their day so special!
Photography: Kaitlin Mendoza Photography
Ceremony: St John the Evangelist Catholic Church
Venue: Traders Point Creamery
Florals: P&D Flower Farm
Bridal Shop: Donna Salyers Fabulous Bridal
Dress Designer: Stella York
Hair: Paige Grant Hair
Makeup: Love Bloom Makeup
Rings: Windsor Jewelry
Catering: Traders Point Creamery
Cake: Leviathan Bakehouse
Entertainment: Bluewater Kings Band