Riley and Elliott’s Classic Wedding at Comfort by the Cross-Eyed Cricket

Captured & submitted by TMinspired Photography


When wedding plans started, Riley invited me and my husband (videographer) to come out for their wedding in Evansville, Indiana at the stunning venue Comfort by the Cross-Eyed Cricket. Such a charming place! Nestled along the banks of the Ohio River, Evansville, Indiana, is so picturesque for couples seeking a charming wedding destination. With its blend of historic charm and modern amenities, Evansville is a hidden gem! It has elegant downtown spaces perfect for classic wedding photography. Not to mention, it is so friendly, has delicious food, and truly is such a great spot for any wedding or event. On Riley and Elliot’s wedding day, the pride parade for Evansville was going on right outside their getting ready rooms! So fun!

I love to incorporate spaces that are meaningful to my couples. While the architecture of Riley and Elliot’s venue created a great backdrop, we also went across the street to shoot in the coffee shop where they had their first date. I know these photos will be so meaningful to them because of their nostalgia. Plus, they give a unique backdrop that you won’t see in every other classic wedding photography album!

As always, want to give all the shout outs to the vendors who made this day possible! Brittany Events Co helped the day run so smoothly. Uniquely Michaels created the stunning florals. The bride’s outfit wasn’t complete without a gown from Vow’d Weddings, accessories from Elle Park Bridal, and a belt from Sara Gabriel Designs. Hair and makeup styled the look by Roots Hair Studio. And the groom looked sharp in a suit from Ted Baker, and tie from DAZI.


Groomsman Attire:Ted Baker//Dress Store: Vow’d Weddings//Apparel: Dazi//Event Planner: Brittany Events Co. LLC//Event Venue: Comfort by the Cross-Eyed Cricket//Cinema and Video: Ochoa Wedding Films//Photographer: TMinspired Photography//

Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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