Ashley-Kyle Pavilion Sandy Pines Wedding in DeMotte, IN, US
Arielle Peters Photography beautifully captured Ashley-Kyle Pavilion Sandy Pines Wedding in DeMotte, IN, US.
Event Date: November 24, 2018
Arielle Peters Photography: Ashley-Kyle Pavilion Sandy Pines Wedding
It was the way he looked at her all throughout the day. It was the way that smile never left her face when he was by her side. It was the joy you felt just watching them be around each other. All of it. Everything. It’s like we were all invited to partake in a romance novel. But this time it was so, SO much better! This was real and it was contagious!
Ashley + Kyle’s wedding day was one that made me feel like soul mates most definitely exist! If there is a couple that was made for each other it’s these two.
Their friends thought that they’d be a great fit for each other, but no one could have predicted just how perfect that match would be! It took them all of 6 months to go from dating, to engaged to married! And thank goodness because if they had to wait any longer to share each other’s last names, I think the universe would have gone off-kilter!
Venue and location
The ceremony took place at The Pavilion at Sandy Pines in Demotte, Indiana. The location’s golf course was surrounded by wide open fields; a perfect backdrop for this couple’s dreamy, romantic wedding day photoshoot! For the wedding reception, the couple’s friends and family made their way to the Gamba Ristorante in Merrillville, Indiana for an evening of laughter, dancing, and love. It was such a privilege to walk with these two on Saturday and see the excitement of everyone around them. Ashley + Kyle are loved by so many and it’s absolutely no wonder why!
Ashley-Kyle Pavilion Sandy Pines Wedding:
Photographer: Arielle Peters Photography
Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Dunhill Tuxedos
Dress Designer: Essense of Australia
Dress Store: Something Blue Bridal Boutique
Hair Stylist: Jill Przybylski
Makeup Artist: Makeup by Melissa
DJ: Well Turn It Up
Bakery: Suzie’s Cafe and Catering
Floral Designer: Another Season Floral
Videographer: Ethan Vander Tuin
Event Venue: The Pavilion at Sandy Pines
Photographer: Arielle Peters Photography
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