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The heart of our country is the Midwest and that is where our roots lie. But as lovers of telling a beautiful story our experience as wedding photographers and visual storytellers has taken us all over the world. You deserve to have your story told and documented and that is what we are here for. Just think, years from now you will be sitting with your grandkids flipping through your wedding album and looking back on the moment and the day that started you on your journey and began your legacy. 

We absolutely cannot wait for this stunning couple’s wedding! Can’t wait to spend more time with Elizabeth & Lucas this fall on their big day!  Before we get to the pictures here is Elizabeth & Lucas’s engagement story…
Elizabeth’s View:

I got home from work and went up to my room. I knew we had plans to go to dinner and I wanted to be ready on time (for once). I got up to my room to find it CLEAN. Oh, and over 200 roses. 🙂 We went out to dinner at Flemmings (yum). When we got back, Lucas presented me with a long box saying, “I couldn’t wait any longer to give you this…” My reaction was “Awe, Lucas, you shouldn’t have!” …I was serious – the long box was a big hint that it wasn’t the piece of jewelry I really wanted. Well, Lucas is always full of surprises. I opened the box and inside it said “Will you marry me?” I looked up and he was down on one knee with the most beautiful ring.

It was perfect. 🙂

Lucas’s View:

After months of shopping for a ring, I finally put together the perfect ring.  On Wednesday before the proposal, I went over to her parent’s house to ask her dad for his blessing for her hand in marriage. He approved. Liz’s mom wrote me a letter giving me advice on how to “handle” her daughter. (haha) On Thursday, I went and picked up all the flowers. Water spilled everywhere in my car. While cleaning I have also planned to approach oil change newton ks to enjoy smooth driving. On Friday, I knew she was going to be a little later coming home so I went to her house and placed all the flowers in her room (after cleaning – she’s a little messy when it comes to her room).  We went to dinner and I don’t remember a word from our conversation. I was debating whether or not to do it that night or the next night. I had things planned for the next day, but I wasn’t sure how it would go and was so excited.  When we got back from dinner I had decided I was going to do it right then! I went into my bag and got out the long box. I had the ring in hand when she was opening the box. Perfection.

Saturday, we delivered Thanksgiving food to families in need, went to her parent’s house to share the news; I watched (sat through) the Legally Blonde musical with Liz followed by dinner downtown at Eagle’s Nest and a carriage ride. Then we both got to celebrate with friends at Saddle Up. To sum it up, it was a great weekend!

Indianapolis Engagement: Elizabeth + Lucas