Let’s talk weddings today! I have been a part of so many creative weddings over the years but this was by far the most creative from top to bottom. The colors. The home setting. The food and flowers were absolutely art. And the candy station! Wow! Where was all this when I got married? I am about to hit my 20 year wedding anniversary in October. Things were just starting to trend away from wedding halls and church basements. We were married at the Bell House in Lexington, it was beautiful but the choices were nothing like today. You have wineries, art museums, open barns (so many great barns!), rooftops, horse tracks, mountain tops, bourbon distilleries. It is just endless.
These two were married at the Brides home in Southern Indiana on the most beautiful day. The land they live on is just stunning. The only thing we didn’t have enough of was time to get to all the incredible spots, there never is on the wedding day. I feel like my own was such a blur. But with what time we had, we got some great moments.
The beautiful bride had the most intriguing vintage style dress and shoes. To die for! And groom looked pretty sharp himself. He is an artist and designed the super cool graphic on the program. And he sings and plays guitar!
I wanted to share this particular wedding because with so many boho, cream themed weddings, a pop of color can also be amazing! Don’t get me wrong, I love that look and barns and all things shabby and chic. And if I were to get married Im farmhouse all the way. So no judgement. But this was incredible to be a part of, immense amounts of creativity with the use of color and design.
So I hope you enjoy a sampling of the wedding images from this day.
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