20 Aug

Congratulations Libby + Dave

Is there really a more perfect color combination than grey and yellow? It seems that no matter the time of year a couple weds, this smashing color duet always looks magnificent. Especially at the Indiana State Museum. Using the museum’s architecture to create a unique reception atmosphere, Libby and David’s beautiful June wedding was nothing short of magical. The sun was shining and the weather was absolutely perfect for this Saturday affair. Congratulations Libby + David!

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Before marrying under the steam clock along the canal that separates Military Park from the museum property, Libby and David shared an intimate first look with one another on the Canal Overlook Bridge. First looks are growing in popularity and are perfect for the couple that wants to spend more time enjoying their party and their guests instead of taking pictures directly following the ceremony. Libby made a grand entrance at the start of her ceremony, walking arm-in-arm with her father to her groom as he waited for her under the clock tower.


Following their vows and highly celebrated first kiss as husband and wife, Libby and David joined their guests on the IMA Café terrace for cocktail hour. In place of a traditional guest book, Libby and David invited guests to write their names on different color hearts and slip them into a frame. David’s niece, Grace, had the very important job, and honor, of inviting everyone to dinner by chiming the dinner bells and did so with a very bright smile.


Hors d’oeuvres
Blackened Tuna Nigiri with Spicy Aioli and Wasabi Pea
“Antipasto” pick with peppered salami, kalamata olive, artichoke, roasted red pepper
Cherry Tomato Caprese, Mozzarella, Basil, Balsamic Reduction
Dried Fig Wrapped Prosciutto Stuffed with Blue Cheese and Balsamic Reduction
Fingerling Potatoes Stuffed with Camembert, Truffle Oil and Spring Onion
Citrus Pepper Scented Sea Scallops with Pineapple Ponzu Sauce

Rapp Reception Hall created an intimate and unique reception space for the bride and groom. Café lights were hung overhead adding more touches of warmth along with their yellow tulip centerpieces. Tables were dressed in grey linen with yellow napkins. Each place setting included a menu card for the evening’s meal tucked into a pocket folded napkin. Libby and David enjoyed their reception from a sweetheart table similarly decorated to their guests tables, with the exception of the wooden signs announcing them as the new Mr. & Mrs! Champagne was poured, toasts were given, and Libby and David were glowing with smiles all evening long!

First Course
Arugula salad with poached pear slices, toasted hazelnuts, maytag blue cheese, crispy shallots and fig vinagrette served in a cucumber round
Served with assorted rolls, flatbreads, french butter and herb sun-dried tomato butter

Second Course
Cider marinated chicken breast with molasses chipotle glaze
Gruyere and baby leek potato gratin
Bacon braised brussels sprouts

Third Course
Vanilla cake with white chocolate ganache
Lemon cake with white chocolate butter cream icing


As stunning as Libby’s grand entrance down the exterior stairs of the Indiana State Museum was…. Her and David’s exit was even better! Framed with sparklers on either side, Libby and David made their way down their second aisle of the evening, this time as husband and wife.

Keep scrolling to see more loving photos from this event in the gallery!


Thank you to all of the great vendors that were part of this event and made it memorable for the bride and groom! Special thanks to Jackie Santana Photography for the gorgeous photographs provided. We love working with outstanding professionals!

Photography: Jackie Santana Photography <
Floral: JP Parker Flowers
DJ: Josh House
Photobooth: 4FunFotos

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