Madison and Ethan spent high school as good friends, but all that changed when Ethan asked Madison to their prom. From that night on, they were together. Several years later, on a getaway to St. Louis, Ethan proposed, giving Madison a ring he had made to resemble a flower. When it came to planning their wedding, an abundance of flowers was a must. Both Ethan and Madison have a love for wild fashion and wanted to incorporate as much color, life and fun into their wedding as possible. For their venue, they chose Wesselman’s woods, a place near to Ethan’s heart, as he had volunteered a lot of his time there. Their reception was held at the Old Vanderburgh County Courthouse, chosen for its stunning architecture. Many details of their wedding were handmade by family and friends, including their wedding arch and decorations created by Madison’s mother, her veil and their cake table cover, made by Madison’s grandmother and even their cake, made by one of their good friends and bridesmaid. The wedding party all were encouraged to wear different dresses suited to their unique styles. Their personality-filled wedding was one of great fun and great love.

Photography: Emilee Kerner Photography

Ceremony Venue: Wesselman Woods Nature Center

Reception Venue: The Old Vanderburgh County Courthouse

Bridal Gown: Gretchen’s Bridal: Indianapolis

Menswear: Paul’s Menswear

Bridesmaids Dresses: David’s Bridal and Amazon

Bridal Bouquet: Zeidlers Flowers

Cake: Jordan Wells

Rings: McCarty’s Diamonds & Fine Jewelry