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A Green, Garden-Inspired Wedding in Indianapolis, IN

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Brittany & Nick in Indianapolis, IN
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Brittany and Nick's invitations had fun modern fonts sent against a wood textured backdrop in a dusty shale color.
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Brittany's bridesmaids wore floor-length chiffon gowns with a one-shoulder asymmetric neckline in a bright peridot green color. The groomsmen wore classic black suits and peridot ties that complemented the girls' dresses.
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Brittany's trumpet-style gown had an embroidered lace overlay with organza floral details and a layered, ruffled skirt.
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The flower girls wore layered tulle dresses in a neutral color and glitzy gold Tom's shoes.
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The couple welcomed guests with a green-framed chalkboard sign that was decorated with amaranthus.
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The white tri-fold programs were had bronze wax-seals and a modern green typeface spelling out the couple's names.
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The museum doors were decorated with moss letters - a b and an n - the first letters of the couple's names.
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Green floral pomanders accented with vines hung from burlap ribbon, marking each of the ceremony aisles.
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A lush green wedding arch served as the backdrop for Brittany and Nick's ceremony.
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Following the ceremony, a cocktail hour was held on the Museum's terrace, overlooking Indianapolis's Central Canal.
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The couple wheeled around the cocktail hour in a rented single Surrey Bike from Wheel Fun that had a chalkboard sign saying "Just Married."
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The escort cards doubled as favors and were tied with ribbon that looked like leafy vines.
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The reception was held in the contemporary Clowes Ballroom at the Eiteljorg Museum.
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Each table had an elaborate miniature tree centerpiece with bright green pomanders and hanging votive candle holders.
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Simple menus with modern fonts, matching the rest of the couple's stationary, were placed on rustic wicker chargers.
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Brittany and Nick's first dance as husband and wife was set to music spun by DJ Jim Cerone.
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The four-tiered cake was surrounded by a display of lush greenery and was covered in a layer of fondant that was decorated to look like wood. Leafy fondant vines crept up the sides of the cake, complementing the woodland theme.

Brittany & Nick in Indianapolis, IN

Brittany and Nick's held their unique spring wedding at the Eiteljorg Museum in Indianapolis. The couple chose a garden-inspired them for the day, which they incorporated into everything from the invitations to the fondant vine details on their wedding cake. A bright green color palette in a variety of shades was a cheerful addition to the decor.
- Libby MacCarthy
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