Aliqae & Andrew

Louisville, Wedding

Elegant Wedding at the Louisville Henry Clay House

Aliqae & Andrew traveled to Louisville, from the rural parts of New York State, to have a downtown wedding with their friends and family. They chose the essence of elegance, the Henry Clay. The ornate mirror she got dressed in front of, was wall height, mirroring her wedding gown with a lace cover up top. He wore a cumber bun and bowtie, and the two saw each other for a first look on the sun filled and brick wall lined patio.

The ceremony was personally tweaked to include new and old traditions, carefully chosen readings and the backstory on how Aliqae and Andrew came to be Aliqae & Andrew. They kissed twice for their first kiss and spent the following cocktail hour with their guests, mingling and conversing with a group from all over the US.

As expected, dinner was exquisite, the music, lively, and a retro photobooth kept guests moseying around the ballroom in sombreros and masks. Nieces & nephews excitedly watched the cake cutting and then admired Andrew & Aliqae’s first dance as the sun slowly sank below the rooftops outside. It really was an elegant event perfectly designed and executed by two classy souls. I feel very fortunate to have been apart of it.

Special thanks to the vendors on this one. Maggie, the wedding day coordinator was absolutely top notch. Aliqae & Andrew selected a great team of vendors because everyone worked flawlessly to help make this wedding celebration a smashing success.

wedding: Henry Clay
coordinator: Maggie, from Weekend Wedding Warrior
florals: Nanz & Kraft
cake: Sweet Surrender
DJ: Yancey Entertainment Services
dress: Sincerity Bridal
brass quintet: Louisville Brass Quintet
Hair & makeup: J Michael’s Salon
photobooth: Magnolia Photo Booth (?)

With love,
Your Kentucky Wedding Photographer


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