On a day that was forecasted to be rainy from start to finish, Delaney & Parker’s romantic Wabash wedding at Honeywell Center ended with not a drop of rain and these two finally married!
This wedding was a true Wabash wedding from start to finish. Delaney started her day at The Sanctuary, while Parker started his day at The Clarkson House, two amazing lodging venues in the city. After Delaney finished getting ready, she shared a first look with her dad before going to see her groom.
Delaney and Parker shared their first look at Charley Creek Gardens, and it was obvious these two were so glad to finally be together on their wedding day. The wind picked up a little bit as the gray clouds rolled in, but the rain continued to miss our area during their portraits with a little sun sprinkled in.
They chose to have a mixed wedding party, with men and women on each of their sides. I love this non-traditional way of having your favorite people standing with you on your wedding day, and I loved how much joy they brought to Delaney and Parker all day long.
Delaney and Parker rented the Trolley No. 85 to transport everyone from Charley Creek Gardens to Honeywell Center, which made for some fun photos, too! I loved getting the two of them on the trolley before it took off for their ride to get some memorable photos for them.
Since there was rain in the forecast, the ceremony was moved inside the Honeywell Center, but it couldn’t dull the love that Delaney and Parker shared. They wrote their own vows, which were so sweet and full of love.
The theme of their wedding was adventure, and all the details of the day were perfectly tied into the theme. Delaney wore Converse shoes that were hand-painted with maps on them, while Parker and the guys wore ties that were a map pattern. Each table was labeled with a different location that was meaningful to them, along with different luggage pieces set up through the venue. Delaney and the women carried gorgeous bouquets made of wooden flowers, designed by Delaney’s mom Tina.
After all the special dances, toasts, and cake cutting, the dance floor was so packed that they had to move the reception tables back to make more room for all of their friends and family — a sign of a very successful reception!
Delaney and Parker, thank you so much for allowing me the honor of photographing your beautiful wedding day. It was completely enveloped in love from start to finish, and it was a joy to be a part of it. Here’s to a lifetime of love and happiness!
Venue: Honeywell Center
Getting Ready Venue: The Sanctuary & The Clarkson House
Caterer: Honeywell Center
Florals: Tina Ray, Mother of Bride
Cake: OHH My Cakes
Invitations: Mick Ray, Father of Bride
Makeup Artist: Julie Powers
Hair Stylist: UpTown Style
Wedding Dress: Ellen’s Bridal
Bridesmaid Dresses: Azazie
Photographer: Autumn Howell Photography