Located on Monument Circle in the heart Indianapolis, the Columbia Club is the perfect location for a modern bride wishing to host a classic and elegant wedding. The location is ideal to take advantage of all that downtown has to offer. Additionally, the Columbia Club is rich in history and host to Hoosier art, artifacts from the Iikes of the Benjamin Harrison home and holds pieces of the Lincoln family china collection.*
Lindsey and Tyler's wedding day started and ended at the Columbia Club surrounded by family and close friends. The bridal suite provided great lighting for hair and makeup AND beautiful getting ready photos. While Lindsey and her ladies finished putting on the final touches, Tyler and his guys headed to St. Mary's for their wedding ceremony. After the guys departed, Lindsey had the sweetest first look with her doting dad in the lobby of the Columbia Club - both her mom and dad took a moment to revel in the joy.
Lindsey and Tyler thoughtfully provided transportation for out of town guests from the Columbia Club to St. Mary's Catholic Church where their Indianapolis wedding ceremony was held. They conveniently had room blocks at the Hilton Garden Inn, just steps from the Columbia Club. Following the ceremony, guests were transported back to the Columbia Club for cocktail hour while the bride, groom and bridal party took a trolley around downtown for photos with husband and wife photography team, The Siners.
The ballroom at the Columbia Club overlooks monument circle, providing amazing views of the infamous Circle of Lights. The light blue room, with gold embellishments and tasteful Christmas decorations set the scene for the reception. Enflora provided blush floral centerpieces with pops of Burgundy in varying heights to add depth to the room. The head table and cake table were accented in shimmering and satin blush to bring the color concept together.
Lindsey and Tyler are thoughtful, giving and compassionate. From our first meeting to the rehearsal Lindsey was light hearted and organized. These sweet traits were further confirmed during the loving toasts given at the wedding reception. Clearly these two exude the traits their parents have put forth to the world. It was a blessing and an honor to be by Lindsey and Tyler's side on the wedding day.
The Columbia Club was tastefully decorated in winter decor for the Winter Season.
Lindsey looked like a dream in her Stella York gown.
Tyler's brother and dad helped him put on the finishing touches. We loved how involved the couple's families were in the wedding day.
The bride and groom exchanged gifts before seeing one another as Lindsey walked down the aisle.
Lindsey had the sweetest first look with her dad in the Lobby of the Columbia Club before the wedding ceremony.
St. Mary's is one of my favorite churches in downtown Indianapolis for a Catholic Wedding Ceremony.
Following the ceremony, the couple took the Indy Trolly around downtown for photos with the bridal party.
The light blue room, with gold embellishments and tasteful Christmas decorations set the scene for the reception.
Enflora provided blush floral centerpieces with pops of Burgundy in varying heights to add depth to the room.
The head table and cake table were accented in shimmering and satin blush to bring the color concept together.