As a Louisville wedding photographer I always enjoy creating images at the historic Seelbach Hotel in the heart of the city. Jennifer and Anthony’s Louisville Seelbach Wedding was absolutely gorgeous. The ceremony took place at St. Matthews Episcopal Church and then everyone made their way downtown to the the Seelbach for the reception. Jennifer’s excellent taste was evident throughout the entire day. She looked stunning in her dress and she made my job easy. Jennifer’s bridesmaids took time to sign the bottom of her shoes in the midst of all of the getting ready activities. Jennifer had lots of fun matching gifts for her bridesmaids and flower girls including monogramed robes, flip-flops and tumblers with their name. She also made sure that Anthony’s cufflinks we’re engraved with their initials and wedding date. They opted to take a picture holding hands before the ceremony without seeing one another. (You could tell both of them enjoy just hearing one another’s voices.) There ceremony and exchanging of vows was filled with much emotion. Once they were officially hitched it was time to enjoy the lavish wedding reception and one of Louisville’s most beautiful hotels. It was so fun creating these Seelbach wedding photos. The Crystal ballroom looked absolutely amazing thanks to Ellen Fox from ShaFox Wedding and Events and Alex & Paul from Fleur de Lis. I was honored to be apart of this exciting celebration. Congratulations Jennifer and Anthony!
The vendors included Wedding Coordinators: Ellen Fox, Catering: Seelbach, Photographer: David Blair, Videographer: ICVideo, Florist: Country Garden, Cake: Sugarwoods, Band: Endless Summer Band, Up-lighting: Fleur de Lis, Photo Booth: Magnolia Photo Booth, Bugler: Steve Buttleman, Harpist: Louisa Woodson, Graeter’s Ice Cream, Louisville Horse Trams and Louisville Trolley.