If you Google "Louisville Wedding Photographers" you will find pages upon pages of wedding photographers in Louisville to choose, which is why I am so glad that Charlene and Scott chose me to capture their amazing wedding. Charlene & Scott choose The Walnut Street Baptist Church for their ceremony because they were looking for a beautiful downtown church that had to have a center aisle. Millennium Events designed an elegant alter with an arch constructed of vines accented with hanging votive candles. The bridesmaids wore vibrant purple dresses with blue sashes, wore peacock feathers in their hair, and carried bouquets of green flowers to compliment the feathers. It made for great bridal party pictures after the ceremony in front of the Walnut Street Baptist Church and we made a quick stop at the plaza at the Aegon Building to capture a few more before heading to the reception.
Scott & Charlene were one of the first few couple to have their reception at the new Loft at The Gillespie. Wedding photographers always enjoy capturing photos at this premier venue with an Art Deco style of architecture and now there is also an upstairs event space that boast a more modern style with exposed brick, hanging lanterns, and columns. Charlene & Scott worked with Millennium Events to design a decor that wowed all the guests at the wedding. The Gillespie Loft was decked out with a cocktail area with white leather couches, blue uplighting washed the walls and columns, the centerpieces sparkled with crystals and glowed with candlelight, and the kids enjoyed a a table stacked high with candy. My favorite was the gorgeous four tiered cake with a beautiful bird perched a top.
Marshal Yancey with Yancey Entertainment Services was the perfect MC for the evening with his smooth baritone voice. Once it came time for the dance floor to open up Marshall had the floor packed. Scott & Charlene made a great decision in choosing ICVideo to film their entire day giving them all the sights and sounds to relive. Wedding videography is a great way to compliment the photographs to tell the complete story of the day.