Editor’s Note: This is the fourth and final post in a series that followed local couple JinAyla Sexton and her fiance Jason Bollman as they prepared for their wedding on June 23. The couple wanted to keep everything local and utilize the free resources we have available at the Hendricks County Convention and Visitors Bureau to plan their wedding. They are an example of how we can help future brides and grooms prepare for their big day.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words so I decided to let our pictures dominate this final post. Before getting to those wonderful pictures with photo credit going to Amy Phipps Photography, I just wanted to say that looking back on this magical time in my life, Hendricks County truly does have everything you need to plan a wedding. All you have to do is explore!
Back to where it all began
Though we didn’t want to see each other before our wedding, Jason and I wanted to pray together before walking down the aisle. So one of my bridesmaids led my blindfolded groom through the bridge where he proposed so we could give thanks for this most wonderful day and the road that lay ahead. And believe it or not, we didn’t peek!