Glenda and Bots Tie The Knot In Cannelton, IN


Blue Heron Winery was the breathtaking backdrop for Glenda and Bots’ wedding day. The winery sits on a bluff overlooking the Ohio River and includes a Celtic cross carved in situ, where the ceremony took place. This couple are two fantastic people and they really stole my heart with their amazing love for each other. Their children, family and friends joined them in the celebration on the grounds of the winery. There was music by the family band, heartfelt toasts made by their children and the Blue Heron wine was flowing (it’s really good stuff!) Congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin!


Happy Clients: Jennifer and Ryan

“We wanted a photographer that was flexible, laid-back,and absolutely amazing at their job. Someone youthful and willing to photograph our visions. We wanted pictures taken that were true to us, that looked like us at our absolute best but with our style. We also wanted someone at a fair price who gave us everything we needed like a DVD with the printing rights. We found that with Jeanne at Equinox Photography. She was funny, talented, and had literally been taking pictures since before my husband and I were born. She’s had years to perfect people’s most treasured moments. 

She went out of her way to do our engagement pictures at West Baden Hotel. We had a starlet meets Mr. Right vintage themed engagement shoot and a Great Gatsby winter wonderland wedding. She nailed the themes. We started a monthly payment plan 15 months before our wedding so we could afford to plan it. Her flexibility gave us breathing room for booking and paying for other things.

We had a blast taking our pictures because she was just in the right places at all the right times. We talked, laughed, danced and she got every picture perfect. There is no one I had more trust in than my photographer during the wedding planning. She’s fast too. Our pictures were ready within a few weeks. There’s no better conversation starter than when people see our pictures. You just look at them and can feel every emotion we felt at that time. We never realized how much of a fairy tale we lived until we saw our engagement and wedding pictures. Just out of this world.”

–Jennifer and Ryan

Happy Clients: Andrea and Ian

“Choosing a photographer was one of our easiest wedding decisions. Jeannie provided a professional consultation that put us both at ease, and it was easy to see that our needs and her photography style were a perfect match. Wedding photos are in many ways priceless, capturing moments that become memories of a beautiful day with family and friends. Jeannie captured moments that we will treasure forever.”

–Andrea and Ian

Happy Clients: Stephani and Josh

“Our experience with Equinox Photography has been great! Jeannie is such a great photographer and such a pleasure to work with. She captured wonderful moments, smiles, and laughs between us, our bridal party, family, and friends. I love looking back at our engagement and wedding pictures and just reliving the moment. She was very flexible and laid back with any requests we had.”

–Stephani and Josh

Happy Clients: Lauren and Aaron

“Jeannie Worley with Equinox Photography took the best wedding photos that I had ever seen. My bias aside, Jeannie had an extraordinary knack for taking perfect candid shots as well as a talent for arranged ones. She was a consummate professional, creating a demanding timeline for herself that she promptly met. I can’t imagine our wedding without Jeannie’s pictures, as they will certainly help us remember our special day for years to come.”

–Lauren and Aaron

Happy Clients: Melanie and Noah

“Jeannie is a fantastic photographer! The pictures I received of my wedding were stunning. I felt butterflies when I saw my pictures for the first time because it felt like I had hit a replay button.  She is very creative and has a great personality which makes her the perfect choice for any special event.  I am very glad I chose Equinox Photography!”

–Melanie and Noah

Anne and Pramode featured on A Practical Wedding

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A Practical Wedding is a popular blog aimed at brides to be. It’s full of great advice and beautiful photos. I am honored to have my wedding photos featured in Anne and Pramode’s article–that they wrote in their own words!–about how they planned their stunning outdoor wedding. It was eye opening to see what my clients go through to plan their special day, the do’s and don’ts, how they came to certain decisions, etc.  Enjoy the link to the article below.

Anne and Pramode on A Practical Wedding

Courtney and James’ Wedding, Evansville, Indiana


What better place to have your wedding but your childhood home? The place you grew up and daydreamed about your future? That’s just what Courtney did when she married James Drew. Her parent’s home and surrounding property made the perfect backdrop for this picturesque celebration, loaded with amazing detail after amazing detail. After a sweetly emotional first look, the couple exchanged vows with Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke officiating. After their guests showered them with confetti, they kicked off a fun-filled reception with handmade pizzas, a sno-cone stand and a personalized glass for each guest. Popular local DJ Randy Weber kept the tunes spinning for the dance floor and James’ Best Woman (Yes! he had Best Woman!) played guitar and sang a romantic tune especially for them. I had a great time photographing this wedding, it was a photographer’s delight from the happy couple in love to the fun little wedding favors. Congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Drew!

Rachel and Jeremy’s wedding, New Harmony, Indiana

Country fun and cowboy boots on every member of the wedding party! The beautiful ceremony was held at the historic Double Log Cabin in New Harmony, IN. This couple had some amazing chemistry and were a joy to photograph. So much love! The reception was at the Posey County 4H Center where Rachel and Jeremy’s first dance brought the house down. These two have got the moves!

Congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Will! Thanks for allowing me to be part of your day.


Casey and Joe’s Wedding, Evansville, Indiana



Casey and Joe were married on a warm, sunny day at the Vanderburgh 4H Center. It was a beautiful outdoor ceremony well attended by family and friends. Casey’s son Evan and her dog Petey served as adorable ring bearers. The wedding party was a real hoot! What a great group of fun, loving people who were up for anything when it was photo time. The reception was at The Holiday Inn ballroom in Evansville. The colorful decor and special touches were carefully chosen by Casey and Joe to reflect their hobbies and important moments in their relationship. After the special first dance and parent dances, Walter of Songbird Entertainment opened up the dancefloor to the guests who partied the night away!


Anne and Pramode’s Wedding, Griffin, Indiana

…what more can I say, now that you’ve seen these photos of these wonderful people? Anne and Pramode had a day of love and perfection as they wed on Anne’s family farm. Every stunning detail, the decor, the emotional wedding vows, the exuberant family and friends, dancing under the colorful lights in the party tent–I’m telling you, what a day! I am honored and thrilled that I was chosen to document such a charmed event. All the best to the new Mr. and Mrs. Chiruvolu!


Stephani and Josh’s Wedding, Tell City, IN


Stephani and Josh’s wedding day was fun and action packed from start to finish! The two exchanged vows to a full house of family and friends. Afterwards, we stopped by the city hall lawn for some fun photos with the wedding party, we had to dodge some raindrops, but we got ‘em! Next, drinks and photos at The Moose Lodge–a Tell City wedding day tradition! The Schergens Center was the backdrop for a beautifully decorated and rocking reception. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Horton! Thanks for choosing Equinox Photography as your wedding photographers.


Melanie and Noah’s Wedding, Ferdinand, Indiana

It was a warm, sunny day and two very nice people decided to get married. They bought some rings, invited all their families and friends, got all dressed up, exchanged gifts and then said “I do!” Melanie and Noah’s day could not have gone more perfectly. I made sure we made time for a special private photo session with just the two of them. We found a pretty area outside the reception hall and created my favorite photos from the day. The reception was full of fun activities, including a teddy bear toss for the kids and the wedding party danced to “Apache, Jump On It!”–a first for me! It was hilarious.

Thank you, Mr. and Mrs. Rasche for choosing Equinox Photography to capture your most special of days. Congratulations!


Let’s talk about…SHOES!

Silver is a very popular choice–another way to add shimmer and bling!

Color! Color! Color! shoes can be dyed to your wedding colors and/or to match your bridesmaids dresses.

Bridal white doesn’t have to be boring with gems and feathers added

Neutrals such as gray and taupe add timeless sophistication

Anything goes! Sandals, Chuck Taylors, flats or cowboy boots for the country girl!

Make a statement, make it stylish, make it YOU.


The bride’s shoes are one of the first things I find myself photographing on the wedding day, along with the dress, jewelry and other details. Choosing the perfect pair can be a tough decision: should you be chic, taller and possibly uncomfortable in heels or cute and comfy in flats or sandals? The weather and location can play a part in the decision making as well–getting married outdoors on the grass in June? Flats or sandals may be best if you don’t want to sink into the earth during your ceremony! Are you as tall as or taller than your groom? You may want to avoid 4″ heels–unless you are OK with towering over him. He might like it!  In which case that’s perfectly all right, but you don’t want to  feel that you look awkward in the photos later. Going to be dancing the night away at your reception? A change of flip flops or flats for later on will save your feet. What ever your choice, it’s all about how you feel when you wear them, which should always be fabulous.

Next time, it’s all about the DRESS!






Let’s talk about…BOUQUETS!

The bridal bouquet is a very important part of any bride’s ensemble for her wedding day. The size, flowers, materials, color possibilities are endless. Here are some stunning examples from recent Equinox Photography brides:

A fun assortment of pins, brooches and even rings attached to a basic white silk flower bouquet

Bridal White. Simple roses or fun with feathers!

Rich, warm colors. Great for summer and fall weddings.

Fresh pastels and brights for spring and early summer.

Dramatic, bold colors with cascading elements.


Size and shape are factors that are just as important as color and flower type. If you have a full, heavily detailed dress with a long train, a medium to large bouquet would look best–it’s all about scale. If you are wearing a simple, train-less slip of a dress, a small to medium bouquet would be perfect. Be sure not to go too big–all the wonderful details of your dress will be hidden by all those flowers! And not too small either–a tiny handful of flowers may not look, well “bridal” enough! Bridesmaids bouquets are usually smaller and can either be identical to the bride’s or totally different:

Jenny’s bridesmaids’ flowers were different from hers, but tied in nicely with the red/Christmas wedding theme.


Next time, we’re talking about SHOES! Stay tuned.