Kenzie and Cole celebrated eight years together in a sweet Balmoral House elopement ceremony at the beginning of the month. They met playing rec soccer in high school and were so excited to share their marriage in a simple elopement ceremony with their families cheering them on from the sidelines. Kenzie shared a first look with her parents before they both walked her down the aisle onto the gorgeous pergola that sits just at the edge of the water on the property.
This was my first time shooting at The Balmoral House. Upon walking in, I immediately swooned at the big open spaces with gorgeous natural lighting, perfect for taking indoor portraits before their outdoor ceremony. Diane,, the owner of The Balmoral House, is Cole’s aunt. His uncle used to live in what is now the wedding venue and during those years, Cole spent time his summers visiting family and swimming in the pool. It was nice to take a quick tour with him after arriving, as he knows the place well.
Their outdoor ceremony was short and sweet and we wrapped up their ceremony with family portraits in the perfect lighting underneath the wooden beams. Then is was inside to cut the cake, which turned out to really take some muscle, while family departed for the cocktail hour and dinner at a nearby restaurant. After licking their fingers clean, we ventured around the property for their portraits, taking time to soak in the evening light and dance among the trees, since they wouldn’t be dancing at their reception. 😉
Congratulations to Kenzie and Cole – thank you for having me along to capture your day. Your story is as sweet as you are and I wish you the best!
VENDORS & GOODS
Ceremony | The Balmoral House
Gown | David’s Bridal
Hair | Abby Robertson
Makeup | Kaity Cochran
Bouquet | McNamara Florist
Suit | Andrew Davis
Cake | BitterSweet
Officiant | Victoria Meyer (Marry Me In Indy)
casey and her camera is an Indianapolis Elopement Photographer specializing in couple, lifestyle, Family, wedding and elopement photography for Indianapolis, Indiana and the surrounding areas.