No detail was spared for Maria and Tom’s Indianapolis Museum of Art wedding. Having a vision for your wedding day is important to help anchor your ideas in order to truly create the atmosphere and overall aesthetic you are hoping for. With the help of Plum and Poppy Weddings, Maria and Tom’s vision came to life.
Marrying in the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s gardens was an easy choice for the couple. Surrounded by lush greenery, standing below a beautiful white wooden arbor adorned with floral from Meg Catherine Flowers, and soaking up all the glorious sunshine – the perfect scene was set.
Tom Fashioned – Old fashioned
Mariatini – Strawberry basil martini
Eggplan ‘cannelloni’, boursin, pine nuts, red pepper basil relish
Shrimp cocktail shooter, Kahn’s signature cocktail sauce
Beef carpaccio crostini with crispy capers, truffled honey, arugula
Fingerling potaotes, camembert, truffle oil, scallion
Beef empanada, lime cream sauce
Five spice beef short rib wontons, ginger hoisin dipping sauce
Maria and Tom were introduced into Randolph H. Deer Special Events Pavilion Pavillion, along with their bridal party, with much fanfare and splendor. A welcome and prayer were offered prior to dinner service beginning. Their cake sat front and center in the reception space throughout the meal for guests to admire. Once dinner was cleared, Maria and Tom cut their cake, were toasted by their loved ones, and enjoyed a choreographed first dance together.
Tuna tar tare, wasabiko, avocado mousse, micro cilantro, lotus wonton cup
Hazelnut crusted goat cheese and golden beet salad in a cucumber ring
Assorted breads, house-made lemon rosemary flatbread with French butter balls and sundried tomato butter
Cracked pepper crusted filet mignon, truffle demi glace
Wild gulf shrimp, garlic herb butter
Gruyere & leek potato gratin
Baby ratatouille, patty pan squash, baby zucchini, Cipollini onion, roasted grape tomato
Chocolate cake with Nutella cream and hazelnut butter cream filling
Vanilla cake with caramel filling and a malted vanilla butter cream filling
Late Night Station
Beef short rib, gorgonzola, caramelized onions
Portabella mushroom florentine with tomatoes and spinach
We love when couples offer a late night snack to their guests. It’s a unique element that has been a very popular trend throughout the last several years in the wedding industry. It’s the added element that keeps a guest feeling well taken care of and thought of by their host. Late in the evening, a midnight, after dining, dancing, and a late night bite, Maria and Tom were sent off from their reception surrounded by a curtain of sparklers waved by their friends and family.
Catering & Cake – Kahn’s Catering
Linen – Kahn’s Catering
Floral – Meg Catherine Flowers
Planning – Plum & Poppy Weddings