Chelsie and Zach’s wedding was a new twist on an old location. I’ve shot at Homestead a few times before, but never had the pleasure of shooting a wedding upstairs. The brick detail was gorgeous, the weather was perfect, the bride was stunning, and the whole day was filled with tons of emotion (the good kind)!
Venue: Goeglein’s Homestead in Fort Wayne, IN| Hair: 6002 The Salon | Dress: Becker’s Bridal| Cake: Freshly Baked | DJ: Dance N Sound | Catering: Goeglein’s | Flowers: Kathy Welp | Officiant: Marry Me in Fort Wayne | Bridesmaid Dresses: The Bride to Be | Tuxes: Men’s Wearhouse | Shoes: Tom’s
Last spring, I got together a team of the best wedding vendors in town for a styled shoot that would shine a light on an amazing piece of Fort Wayne architectural history: the Clyde Theatre. Located on Bluffton Road, it opened in 1951 as a movie theater, and is now being renovated into a modern concert, music, and event venue. The interior of the building is massive and magnificent. It’s art deco features and large graphic wall art naturally led us to a mid century art deco themed shoot. Here are some of my favorite photos from the shoot. Check out the latest feature in Fort Wayne Weddings magazine (which hits the newsstands December 23, 2016) to read more about it!
Photography: Kelly Benton
Venue: Clyde Theatre in Fort Wayne, IN
Styling: Maeve Vintage
Props: Maeve Vintage
Flowers: Be Married
Dress: One Fine Day
Cake: Sassie Cakes
Makeup: Red Stiletto
Invitations: The Hedge
Models: Mia Favela and Eric Frank