I was so happy to see these two get married! They are quite possibly one of my favorite couples of all time. They were a photographer’s dream and up for anything. They climbed up onto furniture & ran down the street in the rain. Their original wedding date was washed away by the pandemic but what they ended up with felt so true to who they are. The moral of the story is to go with the flow & remember why you are getting married. Even on big wedding days, the best advice you can get is to just enjoy the day. Problems may arise but you’ll have the best experience if you don’t make a big deal out of them. Glass half full!
I remember driving to their wedding that day. It was gloomy out with a little rain in the forecast. Their wedding venue was off the beaten path a bit. A few twists and turns later and out of nowhere emerged this beautiful black old house surrounded by woods. The Emerson House is a bed and breakfast on 30 acres of land in Michigan City, Indiana. It was such a unique location and I hope to photograph there again soon!
I photographed their wedding a little more moody and in an editorial style because I felt like it fit their style. I really love this vibe. These poses are all Jenny and Jason. I hope you can see their connection in these photos. That is my true goal with every wedding I photograph.
Here is a list of the amazing vendors Jenny + Jason chose for their wedding day.
The property that they were married at was the Emerson House in Michigan City, Indiana.
My talented friend Jake PreedinHighway 61 Films was the videographer. He is also an amazing photographer!
Flowers were by Hedonia Flowers. The flower were absolutely amazing!
Makeup & Hair was done by Moda beauty bar.
Ceremony music was performed by Max Morrison.