Ballroom Wedding Editorial

Captured & submitted by Devon Mason Photography

From a psychiatric hospital to a gorgeous wedding ballroom, the 1899 venue in Indianapolis has a storied past that would intrigue and delight couples who love history. Today, its crystal balls and flood of natural light makes the modern bride shine. The concept for this ballroom editorial was to showcase unique wedding vendors with an atypical approach to their own work. For instance, our florist created a bouquet entirely out of paper. We strove to highlight fashion-forward details down to the beaded sleeves of this Justin Alexander dress to the charming styling of the bride’s box braid crown.


Reception Venue: 1899//Hair Stylist: Carly Rae//Dress Store: Gretchen’s Bridal Superstore//Floral Designer: Indiana Paper Company//Bakery: Eats by Chef Mel//Photographer: Devon Mason Photography//

Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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