The Industry Indianapolis Wedding | Max and Brandon

Two grooms with their wedding party prior to their Industry Indianapolis wedding

From start to finish, Brandon and Max’s day was filled with so much love, acceptance, and celebration.

They started their day with some quiet moments getting ready together, with just the two of them. They shared some champagne and then helped each other get into their matching stylish tuxedos. When their wedding party arrived to finish getting ready an hour later, the energy shifted to party mode.

Their wedding party was a group of friends from all stages of life and every last one of them was so excited to celebrate the grooms.

Once everyone was ready, we hopped on a party bus and headed to Newfields for wedding party and couple’s portraits. The property at Newfields (including the Indianapolis Museum of Art) is spectacular, from open gardens, historic bridges, and a historic mansion. We definitely made the most of our time there and captured some beautiful portraits!

On the way back to The Industry for their ceremony, we stopped at two more iconic spots for portraits, the downtown skyline and the colorful wall at the Social Security building.

Then it was go time for the ceremony, in the beautiful brick industrial space of the Industry. Their good friend officiated the ceremony and included a reading from the Obergefell vs. Hodges Supreme Court decision (which legalized same-sex marriage nationwide in 2015).

Then it was hug time and dance time, as the party transitioned to an evening of full fledged fun.

Here are just a few of my favorite moments from this beautiful day!

Venue: @industry.828
Flowers: @flowerboysindy
Planning: @rchalmerscoordination
Catering: @nameless.caters
Tuxes: @sophiasbridalandtux
Desserts: @circlecitysweets
Videography: @kelliwhitephotography
DJ: @thesimpledj
Paper: Max Catterson (groom and awesome photographer himself!)

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