India & Corey’s Wedding Vendors
Wedding planning is all in the details, and here they are:
Photographer Aly Carroll Photography | Ceremony & Reception Venue Pella Meadow | Food Trucks 515 Pi, Roadside Tacos and Hotsy Totsy | Cake or Dessert Molly's Cupcakes | Hair @Whiskey_Vixen | Makeup Kelsi Ziemann Artistry & Jackie Schmillen | Tan Bronze 515 | Bridal Dresses Schaffer's Bridal, Wedding Dress Designer Hayley Paige | Menswear Express | Videographer Aaron Van Maanen | DJ Lyndon Haselhuhn with Limelight Entertainment | Musicians Dan and Rhett Terpstra | Linens Beyond Elegance | Rentals Pella Rental | Beverage Burro — Charlotte’s Shenanigans
See all the vendors we LUST for, that can help you with your big day!
Help From a Favorite Furry Friend
This summer tale starts in the heart of winter when we’re all feeling a little merry and bright.
There were parties aplenty, so India and Corey decided they needed time to celebrate just for them. That meant slices of pizza (Corey’s favorite) and opening presents. Corey wanted to have a little fun with his most special gift, so their cat, Sugar Daddy (Sugs for short) delivered the ring box to India! It was a perfect way for Corey to propose, simple, and just the two of them.
Let The Planning Begin
Finding a style that’s right for your wedding.
As the couple started to plan, they knew they wanted a wedding where people could relax and be themselves. “The words I heard myself repeating a lot was free-spirited.” India told us. So they decided to choose an outdoor space, invite in food trucks, and create all sorts of extra “summer vibe” details. It created the perfect atmosphere where everyone could relax.
An important part of all of it was flowers. Growing up with a mom like Shelly Sarver (as in Shelly Sarver Designs), you better believe India knew exactly what kind of floral she wanted. And it really guided their color scheme, beautiful pinks, corals, and ivories, surrounded by tons of greenery. And so many others helped make the day fabulous. Gina, of Make it Happen Events, orchestrated the day from dawn to dusk. And photographer Aly Carroll captured every last smile, hug, laugh, and tear.
Soak In All The Love
With friends and family, you can create the most special day.
We love that so many friends and family were what made their day special. A giant “Love” sign was the focal point to the day, handmade by India’s Dad and Grandpa. It was perfect for photo ops and lit up behind the head table as the night partied on. And you know how much we love animals in weddings, right? Well. Have you seen Charlotte the Beverage Burro?!? We can’t get enough of her! She roamed the grounds during cocktail hour making sure the guests had something cold to drink.
The most memorable part of the day for the couple was pulling up to the venue, decorated and ready to go. “It gave us chills,” India told us. And that’s hard in the heat of the summer! “Make sure you relax and enjoy the day! Let other people take care of you and sit back to take it all in. It goes by so fast.”