Meet Karen and Corey. Here are a few of my favorites from their Louisville engagement photo session. We had fun just clowning around taking pictures in NuLu and on Frankfort Ave. Stay tuned for their wedding blog post to follow very soon after. It was a lovely wedding at The Foundry at Glassworks. The decor by Fleur de Lis Events & Design will amaze you.
Meet Aaron and Catherine. Their wedding is quickly approaching in May this year and they chose a new Louisville wedding venue, The Pointe in Butchertown. The Pointe boast a modern style with inlaid hardwood floors, large windows, and exposed beams and rafters. The venue offers brides and grooms three event spaces that can accommodate a range of guests.
Catherine & Aaron have fond memories of being in band class together at Ballard High School and because of this we began their engagement session there. Afterwards we made a stop at the Homemade Pie and Ice Cream Kitchen on Lexington Ave which is where they had their first date. They enjoyed a scoop of ice cream while gazing lovingly into each other eyes. It was so funny that I didn’t notice until after Aaron had ate a few bites of his ice cream that it was blue and of course it turned his teeth blue. We all had a great laugh over that!! Their Louisville engagement photo session ended at Cherokee park playing on the swings and tip toeing through the creek bed. Here are a few of my favorites from their engagement session.
I am looking forward to their wedding when I will once again work with the incredible team of ICVideo to capture the complete story of their day!!