Join Ray + Whitney for their spring wedding day at the Historic Bell House in Lexington, Kentucky! These two musicians met ten years ago and in the years since have built a deep and beautiful love for each other that’s simple, honest and passionate. Their day was filled with family, community, music and sentimental touches that didn’t leave any eye in the house dry at some point during the celebration. Enjoy!
Just because you've been married a few years but don't have kids doesn't mean you don't deserve some updated portraits together! Amiright? I spent an afternoon with Grant + Kara as they cracked each other up and loved on each other at Buffalo Trace Distillery. Just because everyone needs some pictures with the one they love. :)
Jeremy and Brooke met in college at Western Kentucky University and soon after graduation settled down in Brooke’s hometown of Bardstown with their two boxer fur babies. It was only fitting that their celebration was filled with a substantial crowd of family and friends! Join us for their bright and beauitufl Bardstown, Kentucky wedding day!
“TODAY’S THE DAY! Melanie and Ryles Tie the Knot! ” headed their custom wedding day newspaper as guests grabbed their late morning coffee and strolled by the grapevines to the gorgeous ceremony location at Talon Winery in Lexington, Kentucky. Join us for their sunny ceremony, brunch reception and freaking-unreal-beautiful golden hour portraits. <3
Meet Scott and Brittany! These two goof balls casually met during a rotation Brittany had for physical therapy and though they didn't hit off right away, the two kept in contact online for a year- mostly talking about sports :) These two wanted some fun, non-traditional engagement photos to show off their personalities so we mixed those goofy ones in with the pretty and romantic ones. It was such a joy to spend an evening with them at Locust Grove in Louisville.
For Peter and Dominique the roads of their love story have gone straight, weaved and split, split and weaved in yet they somehow always find their way back to each other. There are few stories I know better than theirs, which almost makes it harder to put into words. It was an honor to spend a beautiful sunny evening on the rolling hills of Kentucky to document their relationship so I’ll let the images speak for themselves.