Allison H.

We had the pleasure of assisting this beautiful bride on her big day October 22nd at Metea Park!  Her theme was a unique twist on "Fall" with leaves sprinkled on the tables, candles letting off soft, romantic light, and flowers that perfectly matched the beautifully colored trees outside the windows. 

Hannah set the scene with music that the bride had picked out for her ceremony, while Rachel brought the wedding party from the reception hall down to the ceremony site, keeping the bride tucked behind the groomsmen and bridesmaids so no one could see her before her special entrance. Pumpkins and hay bales lined the walkway, and her knight in shining armor waited for her under the beautifully decorated ceremony arch!

Caren J.

This bride married the man of her dreams on June 25th. Sweet Events had the privilege to help this beautiful bride from beginning to end with her wedding! Her Glamorous 20's theme with it's deep purples, sparkling golds, and tall statement pieces set the scene for a fun filled night!

Allie P.

This lovely bride had her ceremony in a beautiful vineyard and her reception at the extravagant Founder's Hall in Napoleon, Ohio. Though the rain came pouring down throughout the day, Sweet Events set up the circle seating for the ceremony and the bride and groom were happily married! The ceremony was taken down in the pouring rain, but nothing was going to stop Sweet Events from doing their jobs. As Hannah and Elaine rushed to buy themselves dry clothes, Pink Shirt, Matt, and Rachel finalized the reception details. The room turned out beautifully and the dancing lasted well into the night!

Elyssa T.

This country girl married her country boy on September 18th at the gorgeous Marion Hills in Fort Wayne. The ceremony was beautiful. Hannah directed the wedding party down the aisle and Rachel performed the ceremony while Elaine prepared the buffet dinner. Our wonderful Pink Shirt, Matt, did a fantastic job setting up the half circle seating made of hay bales and had the hay back on the trailer waiting for their owner to pick them up during the reception. The reception was a dance-filled party that has everyone dancing two hours longer than expected! A beautiful day for a beautiful couple!

Madi S.

On October 15th, Madelyn Married Mr. Right in Queen of Angels Catholic Church in Fort Wayne. The ceremony was lightly decorated with live ferns and flowers which were carefully brought from the ceremony site to the reception site in the church's gym. Christmas lights hung on the walls  turning the gym into a venue fit for Cinderella herself!

Becky B

On the 4th of July, Becky married the love of her life. Three weeks before, they hired Sweet Events only knowing they wanted to be married in her parent's yard. When the big day came, Mutton's Party Rental set up a beautiful clear topped tent. Sweet Events and SC Eventhouse worked together to decorate the tent and family home with lemons, live baby's breath, lanterns, candles, and wine bottles.

Ashley F.

On September 23rd, Ashley and Aaron were married in Marion, Indiana. Based on the Electric Forest Festival, the  trees were decorated with lights and ribbons. The ceremony took place in front of a pond under a beautiful weeping willow tree. A Monarch butterfly flew gracefully over the couple as they said their vows.

Andrea W.

Mr. and Mrs. Whitegon were married on June 3rd at the Cottage Event Center in Roanoke, IN. Sweet Events helped the lovely bride and her handsome groom plan, coordinate, capture, and officiate their big day! From finding the venue and caterer to pronouncing them Mr and Mrs and cutting the cake, Sweet Events was with them every step of the way!

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The Brights

Mr and Mrs Bright were married September 30th in the IPFW Classic Ballroom. Sweet Events loved performing their ceremony and pronouncing this beautiful couple husband and wife!

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Kelsey and Josh

Sweet Events and Sweet Memories loved working with Kelsey and Josh during their engagement pictures and during their big day! The drive to Greensburg was well worth it to pronounce this man husband and wife and capture their bright smiles!