Wedding at The Frazier History Museum | Louisville, KY Wedding Photographer


The Frazier History Museum in downtown Louisville was such a unique space for Nick and Kaela’s wedding.  It’s a habit of mine now to always see places and spaces through a lens eye, and after briefly walking through the event space my mind was reeling with photographic opportunities. I geeked out a bit to be honest. The natural light pouring into the Speakeasy Room, and the iconic Bourbon Room were just a few spaces that set the character of the day. Add a stunning happy bride and groom and their crew, and it is simply perfection.

Capturing genuine candid love between Kaela and Nick was no challenge. Their faces were beaming with joy with every glance throughout the day. Family and friends were oozing with excitement and made each interaction with the special couple a moment to be captured. The challenge was simply keeping up with the moments because there truly were so many.

Their roof top ceremony was a stunning backdrop that was beautifully captured by the artistic hands of Elizabeth Alice Studio.

The reception that followed was full of unique personal touches for guests to enjoy, and that set the tone of the evening. Kaela and Nick ended their memorable day in each others arms surrounded by their family and friends wishing them all the best.

Creative Team:

@ladyfingers_cateringlouisville @bristolbarandgrilleky
@slyefilms @sweetstuffbakerynewalbany @elizabethalicestudio
Denny Whalen
Beth Roberts

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Curating a wedding day, the warm smiles in a family session, and the excitement of a graduating senior are all the aspects of this career that I love. I believe that pictures are much more than a snapshot for the day; they are the key to never letting a wonderful memory fade.

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