Andy & Ashley
Andy & Ashley both serve in the Air Force. On Ashley’s first day of duty at her new base in New Mexico a kind young man held the door for her. She thought, “Gosh, if all of the guys her are this cute, I’m going to be in trouble!” Well, it turns out that this was the guy for her and just a few months after that, they were married and heading off to Korea!
So many people came from near and far to celebrate Andy and Ashley in the beautiful Grand Hall of Union Station in Indianapolis. As Andy said, it was really like a destination wedding in Indianapolis because so many people traveled in for the wedding.
Their wedding day was a beautiful, fall celebration of their love. I’m partial to the gorgeous Grand Hall of Union Station as it is such a fantastic, historic space.
Fast fact…Did you know that Indianapolis had the first Union Station in the world?
Here are a few samples of Andy & Ashley’s wedding in the gorgeous Grand Hall of Union Station in Indianapolis.
The guys had their grey suits custom made in Korea. It included a sobering reminder of the dangers our service members face in the label included inside with instructions, in multiple languages, of what to do if they were found.
I love the simple beauty of Ashley’s Stella York wedding dress.
The bar area of Union Station is truly one of a kind and reminds me a of a bygone era.
The moment a bride’s daddy sees her in her dress for the first time is such a special moment.
…and then the first look with the bride and groom in front of the grand, round window.
How fantastic is this cream and gold cake by Classic Cakes in Carmel?
Thank you so much to all of the fantastic wedding vendors who made Andy & Ashely’s wedding at at the Grand Hall of Union Station so special!
Venue: Grand Hall Union Station Crowne Plaza, Indianapolis
Bridal Gown: Stella York
Bridal Shop: The Wedding Studio Carmel
Bridesmaid Dresses: Cocomelody
Hair & Makeup: Tyler Mason Salon
Men’s Attire: Custom Grey Suits
Photographer: Erika Brown Photography
Bakery: Classic Cakes Carmel
DJ: Leo Martin