Stephanie and Joseph's wedding day was pure bliss. From the beautiful rooftop ceremony, to the delicious food at their reception, to their fragrant florals spread about Frazier History Museum, the day pulled together as a lovely scene. Stephanie and Joseph were married on October 7, 2016 among their closest friends and family. I long for more wedding like this one. Stephanie and Joseph made everything about their love for each other, and having those they cherish and hold close to their hearts was only the cherry on top. I have a deep appreciation for my brides when they get creative and stray from tradition. Instead of boutonnieres for the men, they opted for flower cuff links instead, and instead of a guestbook, they had someone snap a Polaroid of the guests as they arrived rooftop for the ceremony. Then, after dancing the night away at their reception, a red, bedazzled limo pulled in to pick them up following their sweet sparkler exit.
It was just a neat, and truly wonderful day. I am so thankful I get to work with couples like Stephanie and Joseph, couples who make their day about truly celebrating their love. Congratulations, you two!
This day wouldn't have been possible without this amazing team of vendors:
Photographer: Sarah E Dunn Photo and Design
Videographer: Kay Rountree Videography
Planner: A Thorough Fare
Venue: Frazier History Museum
Caterer: Masterson's Catering
Cake: Louisvillicious Cakes and Desserts
Florist: In Bloom Again
Dress: Rebecca's Wedding Boutique
Photo Booth: Clear Choice Photo Booth
Limo & Overnight Accommodation: 21C Hotel