Sherry & John were married this past spring at the Caldwell Chapel which is described by the Louisville Seminary as having traditional and contemporary symbols of faith blended together. Ceremonies at this chapel are recognizable by its stain glass blocks that run from floor to the very top of the ceiling making the altar stunning. The women began getting ready in a suite at the Marriott Louisville East that boasts a Bourbon Trail theme throughout. The lobby is comprised mostly of glass walls letting in lots of natural light making it perfect for bridal party pictures. The gentleman were lucky that the clouds parted briefly for us to take pictures in front of the " Perpendicular Gothic" chapel. The beautiful ceremony was captured by ICVideo to provide the couple with a lasting memory they can watch any time they wish. After the ceremony officiated by Bob Mueller, who had the bride and groom and audience chuckling at a few moments, the bridal party hopped in a limo heading back to the Marriott East. The Marriott Louisville East offers 17 meeting spaces and Audrey Petty the venue coordinator is so welcoming and helpful. I always look forward to working at this great venue. Sherry and John's reception was held on the second floor. Jill Doyle with J. Elizabeth Designs decorated the venue with hues of pink and gray. Romantic candle light, rose and hydrangea centerpieces, and rose petals decorated the tables. Kenny Sauter with Masters of Music completed the look with pink up lighting that changed into a rainbow of colors once the dance music began. After all the formal events Kenny started the dance party and everyone joined in. It is always such a pleasure to work with such a professional DJ who is not only a great emcee but wonderful at keeping the excitement going throughout the reception. It makes my job easy. The highlight of the evening was John's brother doing his impersonation of Elvis on the dance floor at the end of the evening.
Thanks John and Sherry for spending the day with me. John you have a great smile. I enjoyed being your Louisville wedding photographer. Here are a few of my favorites from the day.