Ever since I met Becca at a bridal show at The Foundry at Glassworks and especially after I was able to get to know both Mitch and her during their engagement session I knew we just clicked and that their wedding was going to be a blast. And the wedding did not disappoint. Becca and Mitch did have a large bridal party of all their closest friends that made the day so enjoyable and made for great pictures. The day began with Becca getting ready at her parents house in the Highlands. When then took a short drive over to Saint James Catholic Church to take pictures of the girls and her family before the ceremony. Saint James in my opinion is one of the most beautiful and ornate churches in Louisville. After the ceremony, we of course took the formal family pictures at the church and a few bridal party pictures on the front steps of the church. Afterwards, we hopped on the party bus and made a stop at Central Park to snap a few photos on our way to the reception venue at The Foundry at Glassworks.
The Foundry at Glassworks is Louisville's newest wedding and event venue. Designed with the client and event in mind. The Foundry is the most versatile, stylish and convenient venue Louisville has ever experienced. I have been fortunate this year to have photographed several of The Foundry's most stunning weddings. Becca and Mitch's beautiful floral and decor was designed by Paul Latham and Alex Hunnicutt with Fleur de Lis Events & Design. These two gentleman are Louisville's premiere event and floral designers who provide their clients with innovative concepts, modern elegance and unparallel service. I highly recommend Fleur de Lis Events & Design for your wedding.
I am so thankful to have been part of Becca and Mitch's special day and am looking forward to this July when I will be photographing Becca's sister's wedding. It is such a compliment that Taylor chose me to be her Louisville wedding photographer. I am excited to be able to work with this great family again!!!
Mitch was extremely excited to have Becca as his bride. As soon as they had their first kiss as man and wife Mitch turns to the congregation gives a great big "woo-hoo" to the crowd. This is one of my favorites from the day!!