We’re so excited to share this travel-themed wedding today from Jasmine Norris Photography out of Lafayette, Indiana! We’ll let Jasmine and the couple (Kendra & David) take it from here!
From Jasmine: These two have been together for around 4 years. They first met while they were attending the University of Indianapolis and have been together ever since. David proposed to Kendra last Labor Day at the Indianapolis Canal.
They are both avid travelers and have studied abroad as well as traveled together, so they had a travel-themed wedding which was perfect for them! Each of their reception tables had a photo of them in a different location and the table number was the location. They had an “Arrivals” seating chart that showed each guest which destination they would be sitting at and their photo booth was providing “passport photos.” It was perfect!
The wedding was at the Mavris Art and Event Center in downtown Indianapolis. The venue is gorgeous! The ceremony was on the 3rd level, reception was on the second level, and cocktail hour was on the rooftop. Their wedding was filled with blush and navy details.
Fun Fact: Kendra and David are both twins! How crazy is that!?!?!
Kendra tied a piece of her mother’s wedding dress onto the base of her bouquet.
FROM THE COUPLE:
What was the vision for your wedding, the style/color/scheme?
I wanted a very elegant and classy wedding. I wanted the decor, flowers and scheme to tell our love story in a classy and timeless way.
Why did you choose your wedding venue?
I loved the character Mavris Arts and Events Center had. Even without any decor it has a lot of charm. I also love the idea of having everything in one place with indoor and outdoor capabilities.
Describe your ceremony, what makes it unique/special?
I am most excited about our personal vows during the ceremony. I love when couples write their own vows because you really understand their love. I also love the idea of the unity knot–the ropes represent the bride, groom, and God. Together the three are much stronger than they are apart.