Amanda and Billy’s Louisville Wedding at the Gramercy

It’s always a joy photographing couples on the day they say ” I do!” and Amanda and Billy’s Louisville wedding was no exception. As a Louisville wedding photographer I love the variety of beautiful wedding venues available in the city. The day started with everyone getting ready at the Embassy Suites. We took some portraits in the hotel and then it was time to head to the church. Amanda and Billy chose the historic Walnut Street Baptist Church in old Louisville for the ceremony. This stone church building what a massive organ and stained-glass windows is a beautiful setting to exchange lifelong wedding vows. They were even willing to step outside to create some quick portraits despite the freezing temperature. Next Amanda and Billy jumped on a party bus with their whole wedding party to go back downtown. They chose to have their reception at one of the city’s newest venues, the Gramercy. This recently restored space in the heart of the city is absolutely gorgeous. For this January wedding they chose to theme their reception as a winter wonderland complete with snow falling for the first dance, blue up lighting and elegant white flowers. This Gramercy wedding reception was a great way to kick off 2017. It was an honor to photograph the celebration.
Other vendors for the wedding included: Fleur De Lis Events, Marti Holnagel of Unveiled Details, Karem’s Catering, Morris Deli and Beverage Catering, DJ/Photo Booth from Party Zone Productions, White Owl Weddings Videography, David Blair Photography, Musicians from Electria, Cake from Sweet Stuff Bakery, X-Treme Transportation, Embassy Suites, Walnut Street Baptist Church and The Gramercy.

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Melody & Corey’s Louisville Wedding

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Melody and Corey’s Louisville wedding ceremony took place at the St. Louis Bertrand Catholic Church and the reception was held at one of Louisville newest wedding venues. Passalino is a restored old building downtown in the heart of the city. Melody and Corey were as happy as can be as they tied the knot. The beauty of St. Louis Bertrand Church was certainly rivaled by the joy on Melody’s face while walking down the aisle to exchange her vows. I can imagine Corey’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 we all made our way to head to the reception. I enjoyed capturing these wedding photos. Congratulations to Melody and Corey!
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Photo by Louisville Wedding Photographer David Blair: Wedding Photography for Kentucky and Destination Weddings Worldwide.

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Madison and Justin’s Wedding

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Madison and Justin’s wedding took place on on a cool autumn day out on a private ranch just outside of Louisville Kentucky. There were so many details about this Kentucky wedding photography that I enjoyed. It was full of outdoor wedding ideas. First of all, the setting was absolutely stunning with beautiful views of rolling green hills, a rustic barn that had been finished inside for comfort, horse fencing and trees. Madison wanted the feel of a church wedding, but outside. She actually pulled it off! The ceremony location was given a unique vibe by bringing in church pews, custom made wooden doors, a metal cross and lots of flowers. Madison came in a horse drawn carriage and then walked down the center aisle bursting with joy. The ceremony was designed to both celebrate their union and honor God, the creator of marriage. In it they braided a strand of three chords symbolizing the unity in marriage both with each other and with God. I loved seeing their affection and their love for one another was so evident. Madison looked absolutely lovely in her dress. I also noticed that she had the words “I do” on the bottom of her shoes. Justin, who had been sweaty when I arrived from happily setting up for the reception, cleaned up nicely in time for the ceremony. They were both so comfortable and excited as the time drew near for them to make their wedding vows.  After the ceremony we took sometime to create some comfortable portraits and then it was time to head into the barn for the reception.
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Jennifer and Stephen’s Wedding

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Jennifer and Stephen’s wedding ceremony took place downtown at the Cathedral of Assumption. As a Louisville wedding photographer I always enjoy photographing weddings at the Cathedral. It’s such a beautiful and romantic setting. I love this gorgeous church building in the heart of the city with it’s towering steeple, massive arches and intricate painting on it’s ceiling. It is certainly one of the most elegant places to get married anywhere in Kentucky. On the way to the reception we went across the river to shoot with the city skyline. Then we were off to 300 Spring. Congratulations Stephen and Jennifer! It was an honor to be a part of your day.
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