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It’s not every day that you hear someone say, “Farmville” brought us together.

Sally has been diagnosed with ALS or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. It is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. The disease slowly strips it’s victims of their ability to control their muscles, sometimes eventually rendering them totally paralyzed. Sally is optimistic, though; hoping for a cure for the disease, but comfortable waiting, because she has Tom.

Sally knows her needs will only grow, and Tom is ready to be there for her. Already, he assists her with many everyday activities and tasks most of us take for granted – bathing, washing her hair, and meal preparation, for example. He loves her, despite her illness.

The couple envisions a wedding where Sally is able to stand without the aid of braces on her legs, surrounded by their family and closest friends. Sally wishes for her mother, children and grandchildren to be there to help celebrate the love Tom has for Sally, and she for him.

Sally and Tom are the second Indianapolis recipient of Wish Upon A Wedding.

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Sandy Brooke - August 30, 2012 - 11:50 pm

Wow. I want to see the Wedding. So beautifully done.


It was easy for us to fall in love with Nikki + Matt. They have such a love that many only dream of.

We just never know where we’re going to end up. During the production of Nikki + Matt’s save-the-date video, we stumbled across McCord Candies which is a little, old-fashion candy shop in Lafayette, Indiana and home to one of the oldest operating soda fountains in Indiana and the Midwest. We decided to go inside to grab a few shots and we were thrilled to observe that much of the store has been left unchanged since it opened it’s doors in 1912. We found out that they still make their own classic candy upstairs using the same traditions and recipes of old. Of course, we hurried up the old, creaky staircase to discover a cute little candy factory on the 3rd floor. A candymaker was busy packaging up some Easter candies when Nikki + Matt decided to practice a bit of their first dance in preparation for their wedding in September. It was a special moment to capture them. . .dancing alone. . .on the 3rd floor of a vintage candy shop.

Update: Here is a video from their wedding day.
Here are a few of the engagement photos taken by Joanne Mandel of Amici Photography.

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My little sister Denae graduated from high school today. Being homeschooled from the very beginning, I’m sure it was a bittersweet day for her and mom (also her teacher). Denae is a beautiful, caring woman and I’m so very proud of her and her accomplishments.

To a very bright future!
Your big bro, Jet.

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Anyone that knows us understands that we absolutely love anything vintage. Whether it be classic cinema or antiques, we tend to be fascinated with things of old. For our 3rd wedding anniversary (May 17th, 2011), we decided to do something a little different. We packed a lunch, some blankets, and a couple antique cameras loaded with film (Sankyo Super 8mm, Kodak Duaflex II) and of course, a not so vintage Canon 5D mark II. We headed to Cataract Falls where we gathered with our close friends and family 3 years earlier for our wedding ceremony.
The weather was perfect…really, it could not have been better. We enjoyed reminiscing of what took place 3 years earlier and we of course had a delightful time creating some new memories as well. Cataract Falls has a special place in our hearts.

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Samantha Oconner - June 10, 2013 - 3:29 pm

I absolutely love this video. You both did such a great job! I really love the vintage style in which you did the video in. Even the song is perfect! You both show not only me, but others as well what it’s really like to be truly in love! You two are such an amazing couple!


A beautiful spring wedding in Terre Haute, Indiana. When I met with Amanda and Ben last winter, I knew that their day was going to be special. Such a cute couple with some profound chemistry.

The day began when all the boys and girl met up at the Temple Spa at The Landing. The guys were able to play some golf while the girls got pampered and prepped. Before the marriage ceremony at Centenary United Methodist Church, Amanda and Ben had a secret rendezvous at the entrance of the church. Amanda so excited to see Ben for the first time that day and that special moment ended up being a powerful piece of their feature film. The newly married couple hopped over to the Country Club of Terre Haute for a happy celebration with all their friends and family. Showtime Music was their to help set the pace with a great playlist. Nathaniel West, West Photography, snapped away all day and did a great job capturing some timeless still images.

ceremony: Centenary United Methodist Church
reception: Country Club of Terre Haute
photos: West Photography
music: Showtime Music
cake: Tiers of Elegance
florist: Poplar Flower Shop

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