Jill and Bill’s wedding represented one of the best things that weddings can do: piling in all kinds of emotions over the course of one day. From their serious, rather private, and good-sounding ceremony to their hilarious, casual, and good-sounding reception, their wedding pulled all those important heart strings. You might remember them from their chilly, but totally awesome, Engagement session and their excellent sense of humor from their sneak peek. Their Bloomington wedding at Trinity Episcopal Church was amazing with floral help by Moya and Anya from Harvest Moon Flower Farm, hair help by Perfect Illusion Salon, dude’s suit help from Leon’s, all-around help by friend and planner Doug Horn, and fantastic music help by friends Sumner Thompson, Craig Lemming, Benjamin Straley, and John Lenti. BTW, Bill is a product of IU’s Jacob’s School of Music so the quality of music for this wedding was never in doubt. DJ Dagwood brought a different set of jams to the party time at Terry’s Catering and we can say assuredly that this is the only wedding we’ve ever been to where the couple’s first dance was set to Elvis singing “In the Ghetto.” We can also assuredly say that it was the only time the couple directed a very musically-adept set of friends and family to sing nice harmonies to Elvis’ “In the Ghetto.” We had a fantastic time being a part of this wedding and wish all the best to Jill and Bill. Friends and family can check out the rest in the client gallery and the slideshow below (with some music by Bill’s early music vocal ensemble, Liber!). Congrats Jill + Bill!