There is something about Heather and Jack; Gabe and me; and the weather. It snowed for part one of their engagement shoot. Part two was freezing. Their wedding day began with a huge storm. The storm not only frightened me (large hail, threatened my good hair day) but it also saddened me. Why? The wedding was at Buffalo Trace Distillery which is, in my opinion, one of the most beautiful places in Kentucky to shoot a wedding. I was looking forward to shooting all over the distillery. But guess what happened?! The rain stopped right before the portraits! I was thrilled, especially after looking through the pictures for this post. The day could not have been more beautiful. Katrina, Heather's sister, is the matchmaker in their story. She and Jack were pharmacy school classmates and she introduced them one night. They started dating and realized how much fun they had together and eventually how much in love they were. I love that they have a ton of chemistry and yet they also remind me of a seasoned married couple by the way they interact and seem to know what each other is thinking. We loved working for them and are so glad to have made new friends.
The band was awesome!
Our friends. Heather, Jack and Gabe looks as good as she did when the day began. I look like I need to go to bed. Creativity look it's toll on me.
Ceremony/Reception Venue: Buffalo Trace Distillery
Florist - Ivory Rose (859.273.4570)
Invitations: King's Publishers, Inc.
Gown: David's Bridal
Bridesmaids Dresses: Alfred Angelo
Tuxes: Geno's Formal Affair
Caterer: 3 Peas in a Pod