This couple is amazing! We have worked well together ever since their engagement session, so I knew their wedding would be a blast! Even though it was 5,000 degrees outside (plus the humidity because of those Kentucky storms), everybody stayed high-spirited throughout the day. It was clear that they were there to celebrate love, first and foremost.
I am so happy that (even with the weather), we were able to fit all of our photos in. I felt nerdy at the start of the day, wearing my portable-fan-necklace-of-purple-chicness, but after a few minutes out in the heat, the fan became my best friend. We were able to catch some light around around sunset, and thankfully things had cooled off a bit to make for some great photo conditions. Somehow all the storms got very close to the farm house, but always seemed to pass around us. They got close enough to make gorgeous clouds and even a rainbow during the ceremony (if that isn’t a good sign, I don’t know what is!!). There were SO many special touches to this wedding. One of my favorite moments was the father/daughter dance - the father had written a song for the bride and had a singer perform it for them. It was difficult for me to narrow down enough photos for the blog because I am just in love with them all! I can’t wait for the bride & groom to see the rest of their photos!
Kelsey and Taylor, I hope we stay in touch. You were such a fantastic couple to get to know. I wish you a lifetime of happiness!
Coordinator: Margaret Schwartz
Cake: LeAnne’s Cake Creations
Florist: Lasting Impressions
DJ: Bil Bratcher
Catering: Echo Valley Winery
Hair/Makeup: Megan Watson (Haute Roots Hair Salon)
Singer: Emily Stephens