Elegant September Wedding at Daniel's Vineyard and Winery
Things have finally slowed down a little bit for me. Usually the winter in general is a little bit slower, but this year, I had some stunning winter weddings in December and January. Now that all of those weddings have been edited and delivered, I have a little bit of extra time in my business to work on some fun projects that have been on the back burner for awhile. And one of those fun projects is blogging some of my favorite weddings and sessions that I photographed last year before I started this blog.
If you guys follow me on social media, then you know that I love wine. Like, I love the history of it. I love learning about how it’s made, and I love visiting and touring vineyards in different parts of the world (I’ll be sharing about my winery tour in Tuscany on the blog later this month). SO it should come as no surprise, that vineyard weddings are some of my absolute favorites weddings. Now, you might think that as an Indianapolis wedding photographer, that I wouldn’t have as much of an opportunity to photograph vineyard weddings as a California wedding photographer or an Italian wedding photographer, but we actually have a lot of amazing local wineries right here in Indianapolis, and all over Indiana. I’m on a mission to visit them all!
Some of my favorite wineries that are also wedding venues are The Sycamore at Mallow Run, and of course, Daniel’s Vineyard. Early September is the most beautiful time of year for vineyards here in Indiana, because the grapes get harvested in late September or early October. Check out some of my favorite photos from this black and burgundy wedding at Daniel’s Vineyard last September.
Indianapolis Wedding Photographer: Rakoteet Photography
Venue: Daniel's Vineyard
Tablescapes & Rentals: Uncommonly Styled
Floral and Styling: Knox Flowers
Invitations, Paperie, & Signage: Interprintations
Linen: Linen Hero
Dress: LUXEredux Bridal
Hair: Allison Linnae Hair
Makeup: Gina Valentine
Tux: Jim’s Formal Wear
Cakes: Nétta Sweet
Ring Boxes: The Mrs. Box
Silk and Ribbon: The Lesser Bear