Kristin and I met at a wedding show, and before too many words were spoken she spotted the album on the table, recognized the couple, and let us know how highly they recommended us. It was one of those small world moments, and such a great start to working with Aman and Kristin. Much of their wedding day photographs took place right outside of Woodstock Country Club, and then at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Between the reveal and the final set of day light photographs was the intimate ceremony, originally planned for the outside. Darcie from Circle City Designers, Paul from AMS and the other staff of WWCC made it just about perfect, and just in time to escape the rain that came minutes before the outside ceremony was ready to begin. There were so many pretty details to the day, from the flowers by The Empty Vase, to the fan style programs for guests...henna on the hands of some of the family members, the jewelry adorning Aman's already spectacular outfit, the blue sequins of Kristin's adorable shoes, the elegant cake by Heavenly Sweets, and last, but oh-so-not least, was the detail of Kristin's absolutely gorgeous dress! It was perfect for her, just beautiful. And then there were the moments that really make the day memorable ~ Kristin and her father had a relationship full of respect and love, she and her grandmother were as sweet as could be, Aman's entrance by jubilant drumming and cheering, and Aman's father (as well as an Uncle) gave a toast that we won't soon forget. The dancing was phenomenal, the cultural mix livened up the dance floor and Kristin and Aman's big day finished in celebration of love, love, love! I suppose between all of this it may seem strange to say that a moment most endearing to me was watching Kristin's grandmother as she recognizes her own true love's photo there on the piano ~ her words were joyful and eyes became soft, and in that moment all that is timeless about love was clear.