Nicole and Adam's wedding and reception was held at the beautiful Palladium in Carmel, Indiana. The perfectly appointed tablescapes with soft florals and pastel colors complimented this grand venue beautifully. The couple puts an emphasis on the personal touches, complete with a homemade wedding cake by the groom's mother. It was in the sweet details that will have you falling in love with this elegant affair over and over again.
The simple watercolor invitations set the tone for this bright and airy romantic soirée. Adding a single Delilah to accent the hand brushed greenery was the icing on the cake.
The first look photos took place in my favorite room in the entire Palladium, The Founders Room. Interior designer and artist Walter Knabe created the custom wall design creating a grand and elegant space.
I loved the way Adam held Nicole tight as he saw her for the first time, it was such a sweet moment for just the two of them.
The guests were treated to an evening of dinner, drinks and dancing in the beautiful Robert Adam's Room overlooking the Monon Trail. We loved that the room was filled with light and accented by overflowing blooms with pops of navy and silver. It was the perfect space to host an evening of love and laughter for their closest friends and family.
We took advantage of the the Palladium's beautiful gardens for the most gorgeous sunset photos. It was the perfect way to end such an amazing day!
Nicole & Adam, I hope you have an amazing time in Italy! It was a pleasure to photograph your beautiful wedding and I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I enjoyed taking them!
Carmel, Indiana wedding photographer: Danielle Harris
Venue: The Palladium Performing Arts Center in Carmel, Indiana
Event Coordinator: Meg Gates Osborne
Floral: JP Parker Flowers
Catering: A Cut Above Catering
Dress: The Wedding Studio Carmel
Cake: Mother of the Groom - Donatello's Restaurant