I had the distinct privilege of traveling to the Fort Wayne, IN a few weeks ago to photograph Megan and Luke Springer’s GORGEOUS wedding.
The ceremony took place at the absolutely amazing Allen County Courthouse. Built in the early 1900s, the building is constructed of Bedford, Indiana limestone, with granite columns and white Carrara marble staircases, balustrades and walls. And it is a stunning location for a wedding…
Afterwards, we hopped a trolley for a trip around town to a couple pre-selected locations for bridal party portraits, including the Wells Street Bridge, Headwaters Park, and a little alleyway off the main drag. Imagine the counter-attendant’s surprise when the entire wedding party dropped in on a little Chinese restaurant for a quick group photo!
The reception was held at the historic Baker Street Station – a converted railroad depot that now serves as a reception / event venue. Again, couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful location.
Congratulations to the happy couple!
To see more of Meg and Luke’s wedding, as well as other weddings by Jon C. Haverstick Photography, click on over to our wedding photography gallery.