Lauren + Evan = Married! | Indianapolis, IN

Congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Williamson!!!  Thank you so much, Lauren and Evan, for allowing me to be a part of your amazing wedding day!  I couldn't be happier for you two and I am extremely honored to be a part of your wedding day photography!  Your gorgeous wedding was a blast!!!  I knew from our first talks, emails, meeting together, our preparation meetings that your wedding would be amazing . . . full of so much love, lots of details and fun . . . and you definitely didn't let me down!!  It was a spectacular day and I couldn't be more happy for you and your amazing families.  I feel honored that I was able to capture your love story!  Lauren, you are stunning and, Evan, you were so handsome!  I love both of your shoe choices!!  Love them for the unique style and they made for super cute pictures!  The reception was a blast and you two have super fun friends and family!!  I loved all of the personal touches, personal notes, different shades of coral accents and surprises throughout the day.  I love that you met at Conner Prairie so many years ago and have so many stories already and so many more stories to create together as you start your married life together.  I loved the happiness you two find in each other.  They are always thinking of others and I loved all the personal notes throughout the day.  They even had a sweet message in their wedding day program.  In the words found on their wedding program: "To our wonderful family and friends, We would like to express our sincerest thanks to each and every one of you for sharing in this exciting celebration.  We thank you for your continued support and encouragement.  Thank you for all of the love and laughter throughout the ups and downs of life.  Thank you for being our mentors, teachers, and guides.  You have helped make us who we are today, an for that we are forever grateful.  A special thank you to our parents for their improvement, support, and unconditional love, and for making this day possible.  Love, Lauren and Evan."  How sweet is that?!?!  Love it.  And had to share another sweet sentiment in the program, "Gray is the color for brain cancer awareness.  The gray suits worn by the groomsmen are in honor of Evan's beautiful mother, Connie Christine Williamson.  May her love and spirit shine brightly on the faces of everyone here today."  She definitely was shining down on these two.  I loved seeing everything come together on your beautiful wedding day at Scottish Rite Cathedral with so many picture opportunities.  I was going good and not crying much, and then Evan surprised Lauren with his singing and playing the guitar.  What a special moment.  All of us around you are all so happy for you and know that you will enjoy married life!!  And you guys couldn't be any more cute together.  I hope you had an absolute blast at Riviera Maya, Mexico on your honeymoon and are getting settled into life in Denver!!  Congratulations and enjoy married life!!  

Wedding Ceremony and Reception:  Scottish Rite Cathedral
Catering and Staff: Thomas Caterers of Distinction
Day-Of-Wedding Coordinator:  Danica Eyler
Pastor:  Diane Spleth
DJ and Photo Booth:  AMS Entertainment
Florist: Theresa Ayers Flowers
Wedding Cake & Cupcakes: Simply Perfections Cake
Invitations and Papers:  Westwood Paper Company
Videography: First Dance Pictures
Wedding Photography by Kristin Hornberger and Lori Thetford with Kristin Hornberger Photography

There so many great photos from their beautiful wedding, but below are a few my favorites from Lauren and Evan's wedding from earlier this July . . .

We did a special moment where Lauren saw her dad for the first time in her wedding dress . . .
And then Lauren and Evan got to see each other for the first time . . . What a special moment in their amazing wedding day . . . 
I am so glad you had a blast on your honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Williamson!  To view more of Lauren and Evan's Wedding Pictures, please click on the below link to their special viewing website:

Enjoy married life, Lauren and Evan!  XXOO, Kristin 

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