Laura & Taylor’s Natural Wedding

Laura and Taylor are one of those couples that I’m going to miss and hope I see out and about often. Luckily, Taylor works at Whole Foods in Louisville where I frequent! Their day is forever sealed in my memory because we waited until the last possible minute to make the “tent or no tent” call for the Ceremony due to rain. It was really mesmerizing to see these two work as a team and know their strengths in decision making. Laura ended up letting Taylor make the final decision so that she didn’t have to worry about it (smart Lady!). They set a Tent on one side of Gheen’s Lodge and then prayed for no rain on the other. They truly wanted to be married on the lawn with nothing but the sky above them. Fifty Chairs came to setup just 2.5 hours before the ceremony (the latest we could possibly push it after lots of texting throughout the week!). They either needed to setup under the tent or outside on the lawn. We watched the radar and it was 60% chance of rain. Taylor made the brave decision to put the ceremony on the lawn where they both had hoped to be and pictured themselves getting married. However, sans seat cushions (they were moving the same chairs inside for the reception. Did you know Fifty Chairs will bring a crew to move them for $1 a chair? So easy and cost-saving!). Well he made the right call. It rained an hour before the ceremony and I quickly wiped down all the chairs before the guests arrived…just in time for the sun to come out for the ceremony. Good call Taylor!

 

Photography: Stewart Hunter Photography | Floral Design: Bostons Floral Couture | Wedding Dress: Blush by Hayley Paige | Bride’s Shoes: Qupid | Hair And Makeup: Kristie Hicks | Band: HAY DJ | Groom’s Attire: Stephen Geoffrey from Rebecca’s Black Tie | Venue: Gheen’s Lodge I Catering: Mastersons | Wedding Day Coordination: Weekend Wedding Warrior |

Katherine & Stephen’s New Years Eve Wedding

Katherine & Stephen were wed on 12.31.11. The bride and her bridal party got ready at the Henry Clay. The ceremony took place at Second Presbyterian Church and Stephen’s father was the minister. The bride walked down the aisle to “One Hand, One Heart” from West Side Story. There was a cocktail hour and dinner reception followed by dancing to the Galaxy Band in the Beaux Arts Ballroom in The Henry Clay. In Bloom Again provided the flowers and Mert’s Cakes provided the cake. Todd Pellowe Photography captured this wedding with subtle perfection. It was truly an honor to be a part of this couples wedding day…knowing them the short time that I did, I expect great things from them as they carry out their lives together in NYC.
Second Presbyterian Church Wedding
Beaux Arts Room at Henry Clay Wedding
Krispy Kreme Wedding Rings
New Year's Eve Wedding Reception
Henry Clay Wedding Picture