Category Archives: Weddings

Casey & Sara: MARRIED! | Kentucky Wedding Photographers

You guys….I can’t even.  We have never been so emotionally involved in a wedding as this one.  I knew Sara and Casey were something special from the moment I first met them.  We became instant pals and I deeply cherish their friendship.  Heading into their day, I felt like I was simply coming to celebrate […]

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Nate & Christine: MARRIED! | Louisville Wedding Photography

Finally!  The 2014 wedding season is underway!!!  We loved that Nate and Christine were the ones to kick it off.  We have a GREAT year ahead with some amazing couples and Nate and Christine were a perfect start! We couldn’t have had more beautiful weather or a more gorgeous venue.  72 and sunny at Hurstbourne […]

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Rob & Elizabeth: MARRIED! | Louisville Wedding Photography

When the bride is wearing a stunning soft pink dress with fabulous pink dancing shoes…AND she works for Disney…you just know this is going to be an AMAZING wedding!  It didn’t dissapoint either! We actually didn’t have the chance to meet Elizabeth and Rob before their big day because the both live in Florida.  Sometimes, […]

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Zack & Jessica: ENGAGED! | Louisville Engagement Photography

These two are perfect!  Seriously, they laughed, smiled, hugged, kissed, snuggled, and at least pretended to have fun with us despite it being the coldest day of the year so far.  Zack is a tall, handsome, funny, intelligent guy who treats Jessica like a queen.  Jessica is not only GORGEOUS, but seriously one of the […]

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Noah & Brittney: MARRIED! | Louisville Wedding Photography

I’m just going to go ahead and say it.  It simply does not get better anywhere in the world than Kentucky in the Fall.  It is simply beautiful.  The light, the colors…all of it…perfection.  While I agree that photographing on a beach is pretty great, I’ll take my beautiful Kentucky any day.  (Although if you […]

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