Abby & Chad’s Louisville Wedding at The Gillespie

Abby & Chad’s Wedding at The Gillespie was fabulous.  As a wedding photographer in Louisville, it is always a pleasure when I get to shoot weddings at the Gillespie Louisville. It is a historical bank that has been reopened as a wedding venue.  I especially love the vault door.  Throughout the day Abby & Chad were carefree and their wedding party was ready to start a party.  Everything had been planned perfectly and  the whole day went off without a hitch. Well, technically they got hitched, but you know what I mean. The beauty of St. Louis Bertrand Church was certainly rivaled by the joy on Abby’s face while walking down the aisle to exchange her vows. I can imagine Chad’s heart about burst out of his chest with the realization that it was HIS bride walking towards him in all her glory. These two were certainly meant for each other. After saying “I do” the couple graciously allowed me to take a few more portraits before they hopped in their limo to head to the reception. Chad and Abby were very laid back and willing to use the time well. We really were able to create some great images. Both St. Louis Bertrand and the Gillespie provided such a beautiful and sophisticated setting for the most important day of their lives! While the renovated downtown bank is already an elegant venue to have a great party in, Abby and Chad chose to accent the room with beautiful flowers, fancy chairs and candlelight that pushed it over the top.  The bow ties and elegant colors paired perfectly with the well laid out details of the event.  You could tell that every guest enjoyed themselves and was celebrating… hey, I know even a few of us wedding vendors had a great time!  I truly loved capturing these wedding photos.  Congratulations to Chad and Abby!

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Jenny Canoles Hayter

Awesome, amazing, elegant and fun! What a delight seeing such a ‘new chapter’ beginning for these two! Love you both!

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